When MSC Group converted one of its ferry ships into a floating hospital in March, HPE Aruba provided the GNV Splendid with the connectivity that COVID-19 patients and the medical teams caring for them would need.
Christelle Heikkila, Arsenal FC IT Director, says phishing and smishing attacks have risen considerably during the Coronavirus crisis
Yes, there are obstacles to interactive live events. But don't blame the tooling or the webinar platform. Here's how to get the most interaction from today's tools - including my 11 point checklist for that rare experience: a must-see live webinar.
Amid ongoing mass urbanization, cloud-based technology can enable remote work and spark a rural revival, argues Zoho CEO Sridhar Vembu
Enterprise hits and misses - marketers get their cost center wake up call, and diginomica debates Zoom's privacy woes
This week - can marketers shift from cost to revenue center? Plus: the diginomica team takes different stances on Zoom's privacy issues. Coronavirus leadership lessons with an enterprise focus, and, as always, a gasket or two gets blown.
Now that everyone is working from home, team management has a new set of rules, as I discussed recently with Asana product chief Alex Hood
Applying Machine Learning to Coronavirus data is tempting - but deeply problematic. DataRobot shared lessons on working with smaller data sets, but the predictive limitations of ML for assessing pandemics go much further.
Making sense of the "dynamic drop in global manufacturing" - behind Plex's aggregated global manufacturing data
In this diginomica exclusive, I go behind the numbers with Plex CTO Jerry Foster, who explains the context of Plex's aggregated manufacturing data. There is much to be concerned with here - but some early hopeful signs as well.
SAP is the first of expected pre-announcements in this Spring's earning season. It's not grim but it ain't good either.
An incisive conversation into the problems faced by the US system and what needs to happen for there to be good outcomes.
Our next Adobe Summit review hits on a very timely topic: how can marketing shift the internal conversation? There's a way to tie marketing to revenue - and a seat at the board room table. So why has that proven so elusive?