The Impact of Consumerization on End User Computing
I can’t remember the last time I walked into a bank branch to deposit a check. It’s a reflection of the incredible strides we’ve made in the past decade to perform tasks from increasingly mobile scenarios—in my case, using a mobile app to make bank deposits. This is a good example of consumerization changing my quality of life while providing new freedom.
Better Information Starts with Better Storage
Many organizations approach data storage from a tactical rather than a strategic perspective, and that’s a mistake. Your organization doesn’t derive value from storing more data; it derives value from the information that comes from that data. When you view data storage through the lens of the business information it will generate, it changes the way you see your storage requirements.
Digital IT Transformation Brings New Advantages to Retailer
In any industry, it is paramount to align your IT goals with your business goals. In the cutthroat retail industry, this is more visible to the average consumer than ever. Retailers are using technology and digital transformation to gain the edge over their competition.
Health System Conglomerate uses Automation to Deliver the Highest Level of Care
Technology is changing the way we do things, and this is especially true in health care. In the foreseeable future we will see new innovations such as, Telemedicine, Wearables, Mobility, and Artificial Intelligence used to administer improved care to patients.
Healthcare Organization improves Patient Care with VDI Technology
Virtual Desktop Interfaces (VDI) are advancing the quality of patient care in hospitals. It’s really a win-win situation. Doctors, nurses, and clinicians are able to spend more time with their patients; patients receive better care; and IT gains more control over the data.