As machine learning makes more use of deep neural networks, businesses are increasingly dependent on a technology that experts don’t fully understand. Guard rails are required to ensure safe and predictable operating environments.
In the rush to deliver new digital solutions, companies often ignore the needs and requirements of development infrastructures and cut corners in devops processes, resulting in missed problems and costly fixes down the road.
Taking a 'data fabric' approach in its shift from data silos to real-time access, the non-profit managed healthcare plan provider futureproofed its data platform, providing increased agility, interoperability, and accessibility for its members, network of doctors, and healthcare providers.
By Angela McArthur and Joydeep Mukherjee and Contributing writersJun, 17 2021
While security, business continuity, and operational efficiencies may top an IT leader's list of responsibilities, people and team dynamics may ultimately be the strongest or weakest links in a pandemic recovery game plan.
By shifting its mindset from supporting core technologies to one that is more closely in tune with business objectives and customer needs, Oshkosh Corporation’s IT has a sharper focus and understanding on leveraging solutions that ultimately make a difference in people’s lives.
Improving a person’s digital literacy can help them work, think and communicate more effectively in a world driven by technology innovation, notes the CIO at Clemson University. And it all starts by re-thinking traditional approaches to education.
Enabling technologies like AI, machine learning and RPA will eliminate jobs and open doors to new opportunities. Here are one IT leader’s tips on what you can do today to prepare people for a new era of human-machine interaction.
Ensuring your valuable digital information remains accessible and usable is no small feat. It involves planning, resource allocation and application of preservation methods and technologies…and it goes well beyond backup/restore and business continuity tech.
While most companies claim to have a game plan for digital transformation, many of these roadmaps deliver minor improvements in efficiencies but fall short when it comes to supercharging business operations. True transformation starts by scrapping old approaches and shifting from a product and service to a platform and network mentality.
By Barry Libert, Megan Beck and Pradip SitaramNov, 15 2018
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