By pulling together the relevant IoT and data analytics technologies and coupling them with relevant business-related data as a packaged, marketable entity, SAP is looking to short-circuit the process of companies innovating their own new ways of doing business.
A survey shows most company staff are prepared to await business tool innovations to come from other than IT, a sports industry conference on IT innovations shows where the good ideas are now coming from.
Security – are staff your enemy? It is OK to say `quite possibly’ and let paranoia play a sensible role
The staff working in a company are the weakest point for hackers to attack, and the more privileged the person, the more chance there is of a damaging hit.
Martin Banks picks up the business impact of the 5G revolution in the second part of his analysis.
In four years, 5G WiFi offering multiple G/bit bandwidths will be upon us, so it is time for businesses to start thinking of what they’d like to achieve, what applications and tools they might need in that post-BT landline world
The best of diginomica 2016 courtesy of Martin Banks.
Expectations are growing that Blockchain will be one of the big business management tools of the near future, and IBM is working hard to have a key role in its development and use.
It may have 500 million registered users, but really, Dropbox is now far more interested in adding to its 200,000 corporate user base and sees collaboration tools, together with a rich array of technology partners adding a wide range of specialised tools, as the way to get both there, and possibly onto the public stock market.
'Lingerie manufacturer suffers critical system crash’ may not be as exciting as any headline containing the words 'wardrobe malfunction’, but it proved to be the start-point for the company’s journey into experimenting with both the potential risks and benefits of moving to a hyper-converged infrastructure.
Growing its number of UK cloud data centers is a good, if short term news story, but in shining its light on that, IBM seems to have missed a story that could oblige many business to take a second, or even third look.
New technologies and new architectures from HPE? A system designed for in-memory processing, using newly architected non-volatile memory chips, is certainly worth more than a second glance. And if it does achieve more than be a better home for SAP HANA, then the old stager may yet gain a whole new lease of life.
Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey on why having a close understanding of hardware is still important to a software vendor’s understanding of hyper-convergence.
Enterprise computing is still largely on-premise, and will be for some time yet. But the cloud beckons, and will beckon ever-more enticingly, so Nutanix is looking at ways of getting the two together.