The typical remote worker will travel with a laptop, but Red Bull Racing carries its own data center around the world’s race tracks.
If digital nomads are the ‘new normal’, planning for the human aspects is going to need a more complex and diverse set of skills.
JetBlue has become a travel-tech business that happens to fly, using tools from software intelligence specialist CAST to ensure everything hangs together.
Thoughts on things for CIOs to think about from Dell Technologies Global CTO, from quantum computing to 5G subplots.
A point-to-point, high-speed and capacity data connection are becoming the order of the day, just in time for multi-cloud operations to accelerate the number and complexity of global interconnections.
Having the necessary talents is one thing, but much of the gig economy is a sea of solo operators trying to sell themselves. There is a new opportunity here for talent brokers like California-based Braintrust, that can help pull together the big opportunity for those solo gigsters.
Developing front-end, user-facing applications is one thing; making sure the resilience of the established back office services keeps up is another matter.
Out with the old, in with…new problems? In business transformation, even legacy apps can have a vital role
When it comes to business transformation and modernisation, wholesale ripping out the old and replacing with whizzy new tech solutions in search of a problem is unlikely ever be the right answer. You too may have a 50 year old app that cannot easily be replaced.
First VMware’s COO resigned to take up the role of CEO at Nutanix, rapidly followed by a lawsuit for breach of contract and fiduciary duty; then the CEO left to join Intel as its new boss. The bigger questions in both cases are the same – what might be the eventual result?
Tape storage could have an interesting new future - and if it does you can blame the growing calls for the ‘democratisation of data’, where anyone and everyone gets involved in analysing data in a million different ways
IT complexity has been a bane of business life for decades; time for something simple...
Office workers may have been obliged to work from home with the coming of the first pandemic lockdown, but many took to it readily, and many companies realised it had many advantages without causing their world to cave in. The trickier problem will come when the same idea is applied to manufacturing tasks.
First there was a pandemic, then some lockdowns and then working from home. Then those working from home decided they liked it and...