Reaching the right “techquilibrium” will enable enterprises to compete and lead as they work toward digital transformation, said Gartner analysts during a keynote address at Gartner Symposium
With the storm of changes hitting the IT department — from cloud to AI and anytime/anywhere mobile access — the real challenge is in having the IT infrastructure keep pace.
Organizations that use intelligent automation to amplify human potential will stay ahead in the game, while those that don’t will lag.
In a recent blog post, Microsoft announced the general availability (GA) of their serverless, code-free Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) capability inside of Azure Data Factory called Mapping Data Flows. This tool allows organizations to embrace a data-driven culture without the need to manage large infrastructure footprints while having the ability to dynamically scale data processing workloads. By […]
Katharine Jarmul provides examples of data (mis)use and asking how we can work with data without violating the trust and privacy of users, producing an ethical product? By Katharine Jarmul
SAP CEO Bill McDermott, who presided over dozens of acquisitions and the launch of what may be the biggest change to SAP’s flagship product, has stepped down, making way for new leadership.
Analytics stalwart SAS wants to help organizations get to that last mile of digital transformation by moving them from pilot projects to deployment to modeling and governance.
Here’s a collection of information to help IT leaders and professionals learn more about edge computing and use cases for their enterprise organizations.
Information security staff cannot be everywhere decisions are made, and not every risk decision can be automated.
A Spiceworks report highlights the where’s and why’s of 2020 IT budget plans.