Human factor weak link in health data security

Crystal ball gazing is an art usually left to mediums and psychics who profit off the hope of the true believers.

Here's how tech leaders can reform software-defined datacenter networks in 2019

Developments in cloud services, security, containers and white-box switches can make a positive impact for software-defined data-center networks in the coming year.

How microlearning is empowering HR managers and CIOs

The rise of eLearning has helped modernise matters, but the technology has somewhat stalled.

How to choose the right enterprise storage for you

Here is why businesses should have an all-flash arrays (AFA) strategy on the agenda to address the growing needs of customers in an increasingly data-driven world. 

Four ways ERP is enabling Industry 4.0

A robust ERP system is an absolute necessity for manufacturing companies in the era of Industry 4.0 and digitization. 

Everything-as-a-Service: The future of cloud computing

While the benefits of cloud computing are clear, the future of cloud computing holds greater intrigue and mystery. 

The 5 point formula for the success of Artificial Intelligence

Thanks to fantastic breakthroughs and effective demonstrations of its successes, AI is not like other nascent technologies such as quantum computing or blockchain

Automation, robotics and emotional intelligence: It's metal versus mental

To spearhead the advent of driverless cars, Holden recently announced it would invest $120 million annually in Australian engineering and design. This staggering commitment includes expanding the company’s workforce by 150 engineers in Melbourne alone.

The revolution of self – service at the workplace and why it’s important

64 percent of customer service interactions will be enabled via self-service and 21 percent will include some level of agent-assisted self-service. Consumers increasingly expect to be able to solve most issues on their own, without having to reach out to a brand for support.

HCI: The right (and upcoming) workloads for your hyperconverged infrastructure

When customers ask about HCI for their business, my answer is always the same - it depends on the workloads.

The fourth industrial revolution: The rise of the humans

There’s a lot of talk about the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, building upon the third, which used electronics and IT to automate production. The fourth is characterised by technologies that are blurring the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres.