The emerging technologies on the Gartner Inc. Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2017 reveal three distinct megatrends that will enable businesses to survive and thrive in the digital economy over the next five to 10 years.
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Pure Storage, a leading independent all-flash data platform vendor, recently announced the results of Evolution, an independent global research survey exploring the ways businesses are balancing infrastructure and applications today and in the future.
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The move to digital with its accompanying shift to the cloud, use of IoT sensors and advanced analytics is a profound change for both business and IT.
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The cloud, goes the old joke, is just someone else’s computer.
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Machine-learning experts are in short supply as companies in many industries rush to take advantage of recent strides in the power of artificial intelligence.
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At Creating Revolutions, an employee affectionately nicknamed “Manuel Noriega” assembles the tiny components of a customer service paging device. Unlike other employees of the startup, Manuel works for hours, day in and day out, without bathroom breaks or healthcare benefits.
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New research indicates that it is not a case of whether or not an organization will adopt cloud computing, it is a matter of when that will happen, if it has not already.
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As an IT service management (ITSM) professional, which public cloud “camp” are you in: Cloud is great? Cloud is a disaster? Couldn’t care less about cloud? (Hopefully none of you are still at “what’s cloud?”) These and many other cloud “attitudes” tend to be present, all at the same
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The Internet of Things has pushed its way on to the world stage with incredible speed. This topic is now on the minds of enterprise and individuals alike, and that is only going to increase in the future according to a new report from Frost and Sullivan.
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From ATMs and mobile wallets to chatbots and robo-advisors, technology relentlessly transforms how we store, transfer, and manage money. Capital One moves at the forefront of this transformation — one of the largest and among the first banking institutions in the U.S.
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