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Enabling digital transformation through agile learning

Building the skills needed to support 6,000+ internal customers as they help global Fortune 500 customers digitally transform takes a modern approach to learning.

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5 things you need to know about Java 9

Here are five of the most exciting changes that should encourage you to adopt Java 9. 

Veneeth Purushotaman will join Aster DM Healthcare as Group CIO 

Veneeth Purushotaman was earlier the CIO at Fortis Healthcare and was responsible for driving digitization there. 

Microsoft Managed Desktop: All your Windows 10 devices, managed by Microsoft

With Microsoft Managed Desktop, Microsoft is betting your organization has better things to do than endpoint management. Early customers like the Seattle Reign show what to expect.

5 ways to improve your relationship with HR

Talent recruitment and development are more critical than they have ever been before and one key to success is making sure you have a strong relationship with your organisation’s HR staff.

Why is a digital strategy so important?

Developing a digital strategy is hard work, harder than it has ever been. This is because we are in a constant state of change – which, unfortunately, is somewhat of a planning paradox.

Human behaviour is the new perimeter: Matt Moynahan, Forcepoint

Digital identities will be the ultimate weapon for CSOs against the hackers says Matt Moynahan, CEO, Forcepoint.

Only eight per cent of APJ organisations have transformed

Out of the 1,374 respondents surveyed from India, ANZ, China, Japan, and Hong Kong, 94 percent said they have digital transformation initiatives underway – either beginning implementation, in process, or mature.