The edge thickens as the cloud is taken in for questioning about money down the drain...
Listening to a conference panel session of representatives from some of the great and the good SI/analyst/consultancy companies run through the issues and approaches that some of their customers are facing in the pandemic era made me think that the result was something all CIOs, of businesses great and small, should be thinking about.
Sara Assicurazioni’s COO took the decision to go for broke with cloud migration, on the basis that the risks involved were less than the inevitability of changing nothing. It's worked.
Taking an interesting conversation with Appian's CEO and CTO right to the edge...
Most standards and accepted taxonomies are the natural fall-out of one vendor becoming dominant in a market or sector. As we head towards the meta-connected hyper-hybrid cloud and Everything-as-a-Service there will be no single vendor.
All-pervasive change is coming and CIOs need to be aware of what happens next...
The democratisation of data is spurring UKCloud towards building a platform of services on top of its existing infrastructure service.
Get to the data, make it usable, and forget the risks, costs and frustrations of trying to migrate one technology to another.
Parking could soon become the start point for a growing array of customer experiences.
Intel's future is going to be built around the expected expansion of packaged systems using a 3D, layering and interconnect technology that can incorporate chips and devices from other vendors.
Real world use cases make the proof points for the management challenges associated with ever more complex cloud services.
The pandemic forced remote working on most organizations, but if it is to become the long-term norm, planning needs to take place.
The typical remote worker will travel with a laptop, but Red Bull Racing carries its own data center around the world’s race tracks.