L’Oréal’s new Augmented Reality alliance with Facebook is a sign of the digital times in the beauty retail sector.
Phil Fersht, CEO HfS likes to shake things up. This time it’s about replacing 2×2 grids with ranking tables. Has he got it right?
World-famous photographer David Katz, who revealed he was visually impaired at the end of last year, has started using wearable, AI-based assistive technology that he describes as “life-changing”.
The company is using Microsoft Azure as the platform for Max, its sensor-powered predictive maintenance system that now reaches 120,000 elevators worldwide.
Payment network Mastercard sees digital transformation as an opportunity to explore new technology-enabled channels and find new markets
The company, which builds critical subsystems used in chipmakers’ fabrication plants, is using MapR’s distribution of Hadoop as the foundation for predictive maintenance and more.
Opal Perry will take up the role of CIO at Hertz, as the car rental company looks to turn around its fortunes with significant technology investments, after a volatile few years.
One year into the job, new CEO Mindy Crossman is doubling down on ensuring that Weight Watchers is the world’s best ‘wellness platform’, supported by cloud-based, mobile-first technology.
Nutanix sees a new synergy between hyperconverged enterprises and the major public cloud service providers that can give the largest of those enterprises access to as much data storage, analytics, AI, machine learning, and process automation – while at the same time removing the hassle of spec’ing, buying, managing, and upgrading `kit’. In my young days they called one possible solution `outsourcing’. Now it seems set to come back, and in a big way.
For the restaurant industry, delivery is a top priority capability and that means working with third parties to execute.
Clever use of data in Zambia has led to a 80% drop in malaria cases in the south of the country over the last three years and a 90% fall in mortality rates.