The intersect of traditional technologies and new ‘digital’ solutions presents perhaps the most significant opportunity for mainstream tech chiefs and their teams than ever before.
As data centers grow in 2020, enterprises will refine the balance between on-premises and cloud resources, adopt AI on servers and try to manage data sprawl effectively.
Just like old times, Windows was the company’s secret weapon in winning the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract.
While most leaders are now well aware of what needs to be done, major challenges occur during the implementation and integration of platform business models into the existing organization.
The role of channel partners in the business ecosystem has transformed. From being traditional sellers, the role now encompasses consultation as well.
If you know what your organization is going to stand for, for the next 12 months, then you are well on your way to making your own mantra. And it does not have to be linked to the name of any particular technology.
Investors are seeing a very high proportion of business plans that leverage AI/ML – to the point where many do not point out that they use AI/ML; they simply refer to applications in slides towards the middle of the presentation. Something that is representative of the ubiquity of AI/ML and a trend that we are excitedly embracing.
The hype about hyperconverged infrastructure is causing technology leaders to rethink their data architecture strategies. This blog explains when businesses should adopt HCI, and when they shouldn’t.