Wednesday, July 15, 2020

What has the world really learned in the global pandemic crisis?

Collaboration, leadership, and innovation are key. 2020’s global pandemic created a quick and massive shift for companies around the world, where businesses made necessary changes like working remotely and an increased emphasis on mental health and work-life balance

CIOs are essential for IT strategies in the new normal

If anyone still doubted the strategic importance of today’s CIO, the COVID-19 pandemic has put those questions to rest. This was clear in a CIO...

How supercomputers crunched the numbers for pandemic response

As 2020 began, Australia was stunned by the worst bushfires on record. Six months later we are weathering the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. This...

Apple strives to reclaim innovation status (now wash your hands)

Market commentators view Apple’s announcements at last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2020 (WWDC) as one of the company’s most important strategic moves of the...

The social media battle of the bots and sock puppets

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of interest. But anyone...

Coronavirus could bring on a new dot-com crash for tech giants

A handful of technology companies have benefited from coronavirus. Amazon has profited handsomely, as have streaming and video conferencing platforms like Netflix and Zoom....

AI has created privacy problems, but can it also solve them?

The stunning successes of artificial intelligence would not have happened without the availability of massive amounts of data, whether its smart speakers in the...

Are you ready for the great supply chain crash of 2020?

As the world's economies are left reeling by the Covid-19 coronavirus and global shutdowns designed to contain the pandemic, a worrying leading indicator has...

How your next phone could test you for coronavirus

It may seem far-fetched, but it’s possible to use your smartphone to detect diseases. Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify...

Should bosses be able to spy on remote workers?

Anyone familiar with George Orwell’s novel 1984 will relate to the menace of Big Brother watching their every keystroke and mouse click. For a...

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What has the world really learned in the global pandemic crisis?

Collaboration, leadership, and innovation are key. 2020’s global pandemic created a quick and massive shift for companies around the world, where businesses made necessary changes like working remotely and an increased emphasis on mental health and work-life balance

CIOs are essential for IT strategies in the new normal

If anyone still doubted the strategic importance of today’s CIO, the COVID-19 pandemic has put those questions to rest. This was clear in a CIO...

How supercomputers crunched the numbers for pandemic response

As 2020 began, Australia was stunned by the worst bushfires on record. Six months later we are weathering the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. This...

Apple strives to reclaim innovation status (now wash your hands)

Market commentators view Apple’s announcements at last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2020 (WWDC) as one of the company’s most important strategic moves of the...

The social media battle of the bots and sock puppets

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of interest. But anyone...

Coronavirus could bring on a new dot-com crash for tech giants

A handful of technology companies have benefited from coronavirus. Amazon has profited handsomely, as have streaming and video conferencing platforms like Netflix and Zoom....

AI has created privacy problems, but can it also solve them?

The stunning successes of artificial intelligence would not have happened without the availability of massive amounts of data, whether its smart speakers in the...

Are you ready for the great supply chain crash of 2020?

As the world's economies are left reeling by the Covid-19 coronavirus and global shutdowns designed to contain the pandemic, a worrying leading indicator has...

How your next phone could test you for coronavirus

It may seem far-fetched, but it’s possible to use your smartphone to detect diseases. Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify...

Should bosses be able to spy on remote workers?

Anyone familiar with George Orwell’s novel 1984 will relate to the menace of Big Brother watching their every keystroke and mouse click. For a...

What has the world really learned in the global pandemic crisis?

Collaboration, leadership, and innovation are key. 2020’s global pandemic created a quick and massive shift for companies around the world, where businesses made necessary changes like working remotely and an increased emphasis on mental health and work-life balance

CIOs are essential for IT strategies in the new normal

If anyone still doubted the strategic importance of today’s CIO, the COVID-19 pandemic has put those questions to rest. This was clear in a CIO...

How supercomputers crunched the numbers for pandemic response

As 2020 began, Australia was stunned by the worst bushfires on record. Six months later we are weathering the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. This...

Apple strives to reclaim innovation status (now wash your hands)

Market commentators view Apple’s announcements at last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2020 (WWDC) as one of the company’s most important strategic moves of the...

The social media battle of the bots and sock puppets

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of interest. But anyone...

Coronavirus could bring on a new dot-com crash for tech giants

A handful of technology companies have benefited from coronavirus. Amazon has profited handsomely, as have streaming and video conferencing platforms like Netflix and Zoom....

AI has created privacy problems, but can it also solve them?

The stunning successes of artificial intelligence would not have happened without the availability of massive amounts of data, whether its smart speakers in the...

Are you ready for the great supply chain crash of 2020?

As the world's economies are left reeling by the Covid-19 coronavirus and global shutdowns designed to contain the pandemic, a worrying leading indicator has...

How your next phone could test you for coronavirus

It may seem far-fetched, but it’s possible to use your smartphone to detect diseases. Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify...

Should bosses be able to spy on remote workers?

Anyone familiar with George Orwell’s novel 1984 will relate to the menace of Big Brother watching their every keystroke and mouse click. For a...

What has the world really learned in the global pandemic crisis?

Collaboration, leadership, and innovation are key. 2020’s global pandemic created a quick and massive shift for companies around the world, where businesses made necessary changes like working remotely and an increased emphasis on mental health and work-life balance

CIOs are essential for IT strategies in the new normal

If anyone still doubted the strategic importance of today’s CIO, the COVID-19 pandemic has put those questions to rest. This was clear in a CIO...

How supercomputers crunched the numbers for pandemic response

As 2020 began, Australia was stunned by the worst bushfires on record. Six months later we are weathering the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. This...

Apple strives to reclaim innovation status (now wash your hands)

Market commentators view Apple’s announcements at last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2020 (WWDC) as one of the company’s most important strategic moves of the...

The social media battle of the bots and sock puppets

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of interest. But anyone...

Coronavirus could bring on a new dot-com crash for tech giants

A handful of technology companies have benefited from coronavirus. Amazon has profited handsomely, as have streaming and video conferencing platforms like Netflix and Zoom....

AI has created privacy problems, but can it also solve them?

The stunning successes of artificial intelligence would not have happened without the availability of massive amounts of data, whether its smart speakers in the...

Are you ready for the great supply chain crash of 2020?

As the world's economies are left reeling by the Covid-19 coronavirus and global shutdowns designed to contain the pandemic, a worrying leading indicator has...

How your next phone could test you for coronavirus

It may seem far-fetched, but it’s possible to use your smartphone to detect diseases. Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify...

Should bosses be able to spy on remote workers?

Anyone familiar with George Orwell’s novel 1984 will relate to the menace of Big Brother watching their every keystroke and mouse click. For a...

What has the world really learned in the global pandemic crisis?

Collaboration, leadership, and innovation are key. 2020’s global pandemic created a quick and massive shift for companies around the world, where businesses made necessary changes like working remotely and an increased emphasis on mental health and work-life balance

CIOs are essential for IT strategies in the new normal

If anyone still doubted the strategic importance of today’s CIO, the COVID-19 pandemic has put those questions to rest. This was clear in a CIO...

How supercomputers crunched the numbers for pandemic response

As 2020 began, Australia was stunned by the worst bushfires on record. Six months later we are weathering the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. This...

Apple strives to reclaim innovation status (now wash your hands)

Market commentators view Apple’s announcements at last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2020 (WWDC) as one of the company’s most important strategic moves of the...

The social media battle of the bots and sock puppets

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of interest. But anyone...

Coronavirus could bring on a new dot-com crash for tech giants

A handful of technology companies have benefited from coronavirus. Amazon has profited handsomely, as have streaming and video conferencing platforms like Netflix and Zoom....

AI has created privacy problems, but can it also solve them?

The stunning successes of artificial intelligence would not have happened without the availability of massive amounts of data, whether its smart speakers in the...

Are you ready for the great supply chain crash of 2020?

As the world's economies are left reeling by the Covid-19 coronavirus and global shutdowns designed to contain the pandemic, a worrying leading indicator has...

How your next phone could test you for coronavirus

It may seem far-fetched, but it’s possible to use your smartphone to detect diseases. Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify...

Should bosses be able to spy on remote workers?

Anyone familiar with George Orwell’s novel 1984 will relate to the menace of Big Brother watching their every keystroke and mouse click. For a...

What has the world really learned in the global pandemic crisis?

Collaboration, leadership, and innovation are key. 2020’s global pandemic created a quick and massive shift for companies around the world, where businesses made necessary changes like working remotely and an increased emphasis on mental health and work-life balance

CIOs are essential for IT strategies in the new normal

If anyone still doubted the strategic importance of today’s CIO, the COVID-19 pandemic has put those questions to rest. This was clear in a CIO...

How supercomputers crunched the numbers for pandemic response

As 2020 began, Australia was stunned by the worst bushfires on record. Six months later we are weathering the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. This...

Apple strives to reclaim innovation status (now wash your hands)

Market commentators view Apple’s announcements at last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2020 (WWDC) as one of the company’s most important strategic moves of the...

The social media battle of the bots and sock puppets

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of interest. But anyone...

Coronavirus could bring on a new dot-com crash for tech giants

A handful of technology companies have benefited from coronavirus. Amazon has profited handsomely, as have streaming and video conferencing platforms like Netflix and Zoom....

AI has created privacy problems, but can it also solve them?

The stunning successes of artificial intelligence would not have happened without the availability of massive amounts of data, whether its smart speakers in the...

Are you ready for the great supply chain crash of 2020?

As the world's economies are left reeling by the Covid-19 coronavirus and global shutdowns designed to contain the pandemic, a worrying leading indicator has...

How your next phone could test you for coronavirus

It may seem far-fetched, but it’s possible to use your smartphone to detect diseases. Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify...

Should bosses be able to spy on remote workers?

Anyone familiar with George Orwell’s novel 1984 will relate to the menace of Big Brother watching their every keystroke and mouse click. For a...

What has the world really learned in the global pandemic crisis?

Collaboration, leadership, and innovation are key. 2020’s global pandemic created a quick and massive shift for companies around the world, where businesses made necessary changes like working remotely and an increased emphasis on mental health and work-life balance

CIOs are essential for IT strategies in the new normal

If anyone still doubted the strategic importance of today’s CIO, the COVID-19 pandemic has put those questions to rest. This was clear in a CIO...

How supercomputers crunched the numbers for pandemic response

As 2020 began, Australia was stunned by the worst bushfires on record. Six months later we are weathering the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. This...

Apple strives to reclaim innovation status (now wash your hands)

Market commentators view Apple’s announcements at last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2020 (WWDC) as one of the company’s most important strategic moves of the...

The social media battle of the bots and sock puppets

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of interest. But anyone...

Coronavirus could bring on a new dot-com crash for tech giants

A handful of technology companies have benefited from coronavirus. Amazon has profited handsomely, as have streaming and video conferencing platforms like Netflix and Zoom....

AI has created privacy problems, but can it also solve them?

The stunning successes of artificial intelligence would not have happened without the availability of massive amounts of data, whether its smart speakers in the...

Are you ready for the great supply chain crash of 2020?

As the world's economies are left reeling by the Covid-19 coronavirus and global shutdowns designed to contain the pandemic, a worrying leading indicator has...

How your next phone could test you for coronavirus

It may seem far-fetched, but it’s possible to use your smartphone to detect diseases. Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify...

Should bosses be able to spy on remote workers?

Anyone familiar with George Orwell’s novel 1984 will relate to the menace of Big Brother watching their every keystroke and mouse click. For a...

What has the world really learned in the global pandemic crisis?

Collaboration, leadership, and innovation are key. 2020’s global pandemic created a quick and massive shift for companies around the world, where businesses made necessary changes like working remotely and an increased emphasis on mental health and work-life balance

CIOs are essential for IT strategies in the new normal

If anyone still doubted the strategic importance of today’s CIO, the COVID-19 pandemic has put those questions to rest. This was clear in a CIO...

How supercomputers crunched the numbers for pandemic response

As 2020 began, Australia was stunned by the worst bushfires on record. Six months later we are weathering the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe. This...

Apple strives to reclaim innovation status (now wash your hands)

Market commentators view Apple’s announcements at last week’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2020 (WWDC) as one of the company’s most important strategic moves of the...

The social media battle of the bots and sock puppets

Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram started out as a way to connect with friends, family and people of interest. But anyone...

Coronavirus could bring on a new dot-com crash for tech giants

A handful of technology companies have benefited from coronavirus. Amazon has profited handsomely, as have streaming and video conferencing platforms like Netflix and Zoom....

AI has created privacy problems, but can it also solve them?

The stunning successes of artificial intelligence would not have happened without the availability of massive amounts of data, whether its smart speakers in the...

Are you ready for the great supply chain crash of 2020?

As the world's economies are left reeling by the Covid-19 coronavirus and global shutdowns designed to contain the pandemic, a worrying leading indicator has...

How your next phone could test you for coronavirus

It may seem far-fetched, but it’s possible to use your smartphone to detect diseases. Mobile devices can be turned into tools to rapidly identify...

Should bosses be able to spy on remote workers?

Anyone familiar with George Orwell’s novel 1984 will relate to the menace of Big Brother watching their every keystroke and mouse click. For a...