IoT Barometer, an in-depth study by Vodafone on how organisations are using the Internet of Things, reveals that one in twelve adopters now say that their entire business depends on IoT.
Fast forward to today, the business world is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to riding the wave of automated technology in their daily operations.
The steep competition, continuous disruption and shortage of right talent has made analytics a necessity. Companies that are not looking at data to make decisions will be left high and dry.
Here are five technologies that can help enterprises cope with the ever-evolving and disruption-prone customer experience (CX) landscape.
Organizations can bridge the talent gap by augmenting their cloud skills strategies while remaining competitive in a dynamic marketplace. Here’s how.
For IT leaders, internet of things is now a reality with the potential to impact business growth. Here’s how TeamViewer’s IoT Starter Kit can help IT teams build smart ecosystems right out of a box.
The NLP engine behind chatbot technology is not a differentiator anymore, but more of a building block. The real feat lies in getting the context right.
In the new world of work (#NewCodeofWork), ease of access – be it for work, tools or data would be the basic ask. As owners of digital agenda, CIOs’ responsibility is to deliver this. An open and connected world is the only way to do so. Are you ready to open up?
Telstra announced at the PTC conference in Hawaii that it had entered into agreements to invest in two new international subsea cable systems that will connect Hong Kong and the west coast of the United States.