A strong IT workforce starts with training
As CIOs lead the charge for developing technology acumen across the entire organization, their talent strategy must include training as a priority, in addition to recruiting new talent, writes Accenture’s Diana Bersohn.
Cloud-based 'digital twins' could make power plants more efficient
GE software will take big data from sensors and simulate a power plant in real time
Tim Cook on Apple and Microsoft partnership: 'It's what customers want'
At the BoxWorks conference, the Apple CEO explained why the former foes could gain more by collaborating than by competing.
Overcoming our fears and avoiding robot overlords
Computer scientists say fears shouldn't stunt research, but talk should go on now to make advances in artificial intelligence safer
Under DDoS attack? Look for something worse
Kaspersky: Attackers distract security teams with DDoS attacks, then hit with malware
Ignore legacy software at your own risk
Software might be the most important piece of legacy technology your company has. It can be a competitive advantage, but if not handled correctly, legacy code could also could be your biggest weakness.
Why Apple and Microsoft are suddenly playing nice
Tense history aside, Apple and Microsoft now share considerable opportunities in the business world. Both IT administrators and users stand to benefit if friendly relations between the two technology leaders continue to develop, according to analysts and industry watchers.
Where does security fit in bi-modal IT departments?
There seems to be disagreement as to whether security workers should be in the innovation camp or look after the day-to-day operations.
Businesses are struggling with speed of technological change: Capgemini
Claims the speed of digital transformation and short life-cycles of device and services causing it.
More automation, fewer jobs ahead
Internet of Things in 2025: The good and bad