The World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2017 indicates that emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics are already starting to have a disruptive effect on society. So what can be done to reign in their most damaging potential effects?
Amazon Alexa and other voice UIs may look like a purely consumer phenomenon, but their rapid acceptance should be a wake-up call for enterprise IT
In an era of increased globalization, relocation of key personnel is an important topic that has not received the attention it deserves from technology vendors. MOVE Guides and Papaya Global provide hints for how this often expensive and difficult process can be improved.
Yes - I took the cheese again. Experts Exchange dangled some hot tech skills predictions for 2017 in front of me. I couldn't resist some back-and-forth. We got into AI. machine learning, big data, security, and... low code?
In this edition: clues to Trump's tech plans emerge, though plenty of questions remain. And: jobs morph into "human intelligence platforms" as crowdworking takes hold. AI innovations, cloud migrations and agile-at-scale balance the darker side. Your whiffs include classless airlines, and Wendy's putting a social media detractor in his/her place.
In the search for the ultimate carry on, I'm road resting a G-Ro. This is an unusual bag which delivers more than I anticipated. But it ain't perfect.
The government’s digital progress faces some roadblocks, large enterprise use cases aplenty and an example of why companies should rethink their training processes.
Jessica closes the door on a sub-par 2016 with a cheery focus on her favorite feel-good and uplifting stories of the year.
The best of diginomica 2016 courtesy of Martin Banks.
Another year over, a new one about to begin. Andrew Lawson, SVP, North Europe, Middle East & Africa and Managing Director, UK & Ireland at Salesforce, gets out his crystal ball to place some bets on 2017 tech.
This week, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took to LinkedIn to blog about the integration roadmap. The subsequent commenting frenzy was entertaining - but also instructive. If Microsoft wants to deliver the "amazing synergies" enthusiasts are anticipating, it will need to address data privacy concerns.
The UK version of Deloitte's CIO survey is a revealing look at CIOs in transition - and the talent issues holding them back. Here's my critical review.
In this edition: HR needs to get out more if it wants to transform. Plus a deeper look at AI and it's bigger danger - humans. More future of work debates, with a talent platform twist. AWS ups its enterprise game, and I pick on a wet noodle apology.