Given all they contribute to today’s digital business landscape, chief data officers have a very real opportunity to become the CEOs of tomorrow.
If you’re confused about what digital transformation means, you’re not alone. But survey data highlights some agreement about how it’s changing the way companies do business.
There’s no doubt that the pressure is on to transform and innovate. Here are some actions IT and business leaders can take to get the most out of their digital efforts.
As software delivery cycles continue to shrink, software teams have to minimize the remaining inefficiencies, regardless of where they are in the SDLC.
Take the DevOps concept a step further and see how DataOps can improve data quality and customer experiences.
There’s no one tool that can do it all. But in the end, it is all about tools that provide maximum ROI within the given budget.
As enterprises embark on AI and machine learning strategies, chip makers like NVIDIA, Intel and AMD are battling to become the standard hardware providers.
CTOs, IT leaders, and executive management can use these examples to form their own master plans to transform their organizations and win.
Imagine the possibilities of combining data across markets and industries without the cost and expertise barriers of implementing traditional data sharing.
At the recent Ignite conference, Microsoft announced several updates to their Azure Security Center offerings. These updates include enhanced cloud resource threat protection, Customer Lockbox extensions, the release of a Secure Code Analysis toolkit, additional support for Azure Disk Encryption, certificate management extensions, API automation and partner integrations. By Kent Weare