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As hybrid work becomes the “new normal,” it’s critical that businesses keep up this digital momentum. For CIOs, this means ensuring that non-digital behaviours and practices don’t creep back into processes and decisions that were transformed during the pandemic response.
Operational technology and information technology used to be separate data silos, but there is a big push to leverage their integration and convergence to allow businesses to bridge the gap between their operations and the consumer.
With COVID-19 prevention as a top priority for airlines, hotels, and resorts, almost every step of the customer journey is now executed through an application or similar digital tool.
The second article in this series uncovers information security governance in FinTech, and provides deep insights into its characteristics, principles of good governance, and an integrated security governance framework.
While global businesses are acutely aware of the importance of having trustworthy AI, the consensus is that the maturation of AI has been slower than expected due to the challenges encountered in commercialization of AI.
Those without internet access may struggle with vaccine passport rules. IT professionals must consider the ethics of making apps that will be used to exclude people from society by creating a digital divide.
Discussing how to relieve the burdens caused by ongoing global supply constraints by incorporating a few key strategies to help your organization
Breakthrough technologies are continually appearing, challenging even the most innovative organizations to keep up. This blog highlights three innovations that will have the most significant effect on business and society over the next two-to-ten years.
How does a cloud computing environment compare to an on-premises computing environment? Are the benefits of cloud computing over-hyped? We explore the topics that CIOs should think about when deciding whether or not to adopt more cloud computing services for their organization.
When Apple announced its third hardware event, no one was prepared for the bundle of surprises in the package. The biggest news was about the smallest piece of tech, the M1 chip: a custom-made silicon chip that now powers the newest MacBooks and Mac desktops.