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January, 2018


January 31, 2018  11:58 PM

Cloud computing interoperability, portability key to multi-cloud unity

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Cloud Computing, Interoperability, Platform as a Service, portability, Software as a Service

As cloud services become more important to companies today, cloud computing interoperability and portability become more than just multisyllabic IT terms. They're concepts that, when put to use, can help companies avoid being

January 31, 2018  6:04 PM

AI in the workplace: Try it, you’ll like it

Linda Tucci Linda Tucci Profile: Linda Tucci
Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, Business Process Automation, Digital transformation, ECHO

It's not too soon to prepare for AI in the workplace. It's been a slog, but the AI-driven digital technologies  that are radically altering how we collect, communicate and act on...


January 31, 2018  3:43 PM

The race to marry AI and cloud computing is on

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski
Artificial intelligence

Amazon, Microsoft and Google are in a race to ally AI and cloud computing by incorporating deep learning,


January 30, 2018  3:04 PM

Digital epidemiology takes on the flu with help from you

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski

John Brownstein, chief innovation officer at Boston Children's Hospital and a professor of biomedical informatics at Harvard Medical School, is a notable digital epidemiology...


January 15, 2018  6:54 AM

For CFOs, cybersecurity investments become a priority

Mekhala Roy Mekhala Roy Profile: Mekhala Roy

Cybersecurity is no longer just an IT problem; it's a cross-functional priority for the enterprise. As cyberattacks and cyber risk continue to swell, the cybersecurity consciousness among the...


January 10, 2018  4:46 PM

In digital era, CEO’s job is to score with tech

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
CEO, Millennials

About 20 years ago, Bill Gates at Microsoft, Steve Jobs at Apple and Larry Ellison at Oracle formed a fairly exclusive club -- CEOs who knew a thing or two about technology. Of course, they led tech companies, so they had little choice but to immerse themselves in their companies' business. But...


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