By James Governor on September 22, 2017
Yesterday I attended Red Hat’s European analyst day at the Tate Modern art gallery. Here are some of thoughts based on what I heard. So it turns out Red Hat is pretty good at being Red Hat. By that I mean Red Hat sticks to the knitting, carries water and chops wood, and generally just […]
By R "Ray" Wang on September 21, 2017
Six Factors For Powering AI Driven Smart Services Recent client conversations indicate a desire for designing new AI Driven Smart Services. The rush to incorporate artificial intelligence into processes often requires a deeper examination of which services should be AI enabled. Constellation’s latest framework for augmenting humanity encompasses six factors (see Figure 1): Repetitiveness. The […]
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By Michael Krigsman on September 21, 2017
The chief trust officer of Unisys explains what business leaders and technologists need to know about next-generation network security practices. Read carefully to protect your organization.
By Michael Krigsman on September 18, 2017
New research from Deloitte sheds light on essential advice that Chief Information Officers need to survive and thrive in these turbulent times.
By Vinnie Mirchandani on September 18, 2017
I tend to not listen to vendor quarterly earnings calls. I get much better value from briefings at industry analyst events and from customer feedback. I also find it irritating that executives brag and beat up on competitors on these calls knowing full well they will themselves be targeted a few days or few weeks […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on September 18, 2017
Few technology developments will ultimately have the global cultural, business, and economic impact of the Internet of Things (IoT.) While today IoT still looks like an industry largely concerning itself with factory automation, connected light bulbs, air conditioning controls and so on, the eventual objective is clear even to a casual observer: Nearly everything in […]
By James Governor on September 15, 2017
Data transformation is the new digital transformation from James Governor This morning I spoke to the International Payments 2017 conference with a talk about data transformation. I have written about this theme before, and they asked me to turn the ideas into a talk. It’s an interesting conference – because the payments industry is in […]
By Michael Krigsman on September 12, 2017
Hype from software vendors around artificial intelligence makes buying and implementing AI products difficult and confusing. Here is a business leader’s guide to implementing AI in the enterprise.
By Anshu Sharma on September 12, 2017
The topic of 1% keeps resonating because its both tantalizing to the masses but also very divisive. As Apple launches the latest iPhone priced even higher than earlier Apple phones, its a good time to revisit why that makes a great strategy. Apple has launched yet another product that many critics call over-priced and focused […]
By Jason Busch on September 11, 2017
Within the procurement technology arena, Oracle is not as well known as many of its peers with similar market share. There are numerous reasons for this, but in starting with the obvious, we would note that Oracle has so many product lines (and so many procurement products) that any individual application or suite of combined […]