There are a variety of factors that are starting to force higher education institutions to address security and risk matters with a multidimensional strategy.
As more corporate workers rely on mobile devices, enterprises need to adopt mobile unified communications, which is easier to scale and manage than wired UC.
Multinational 186-year-old banking group BBVA wants to evolve from its legacy heritage to a digital company, by designing its tech around the needs of its customers and removing the pain points around managing money.
With the understanding of structured and unstructured data, now the discussion moves to the next level: what are the IT and business challenges associated with dark data?
Incorporating advanced analytics can help stakeholders to adapt new business opportunities and also reap many benefits from it.
The key to better security lies in adopting a differentiated human-centric approach to cybersecurity, where people—rather than IT infrastructure—become the new perimeter.
Indian IT might just witness its first-ever hostile takeover bid as L&T signs deal to acquire 20.3 percent of Mindtree’s shares. Sr Director Analyst at Gartner, DD Mishra, however believes market consolidation is a reality, and is here to stay.
Today's digital business strategies come with a list of enticing expectations: improved efficiency, increased productivity, new revenue streams, to name a few. But organizations are finding that to be successful they need to improve the digital experience. Read on to see how some 2019 Digital Edge 50 award-winning organizations have done just that by adding a human touch.
University of Melbourne is using the power of robotic process automation (RPA) in a bid to automate manual tasks and help ease the burden on staff stuck doing repetitive jobs.
ThoughtSpot might be the new kid on the block, but the company plans to bring Google-like search to the enterprise and empower 20 million users with search-driven analytics by 2020.