GE and NVIDIA team up to push through artificial intelligence in healthcare

A total of 500,000 GE Healthcare imaging devices will make use of NVIDIA’s artificial intelligence (AI) platform after the two companies signed an agreement.

The 10-year NVIDIA-GE Healthcare partnership has been further enhanced as NVIDIA is working with GE Healthcare to spread its AI application in the healthcare sector, which includes the new NVIDIA-powered Revolution Frontier CT, upgrading the Vivid E95 4D Ultrasound and formulation of GE Healthcare’s Applied Intelligence analytics...

By Enterprise CIO, 27 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Cloud , Productivity.

How enterprise mobility will influence healthcare in 2018

Medical facilities are constantly pushing the envelope when it comes to innovation and new technology. So, it should come as little surprise that the healthcare industry is one of the largest global adopters of enterprise mobility—93% of healthcare professionals use a mobile device for work every day.

As the holiday season approaches and a large portion of the healthcare industry enters 2018 planning mode, however, each organisation needs to...

By MOBI, 23 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, App Platforms, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Security.

Are we approaching the age of the single-purpose app?

For years, developers, systems architects, industry experts and others have been debating about what the right approach is when it comes to building apps for mobile platforms. Is it better to create a multi-purpose app or develop multiple single-purpose apps?

This debate has been going on, mostly quietly, for the last 10 years. But a few years ago, the “app unbundling” concept came into the spotlight, raising the volume on the discussion. Let’s look at what each approach involves, what each...

By Ronnie Rios, 17 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Development, Enterprise Mobility.

Sapho supports SAP Ariba and Concur Travel while PowWow Mobile integrates with BlackBerry

A couple of updates from the enterprise mobility space: micro app provider Sapho has launched its 4.4 iteration including new integrations with SAP Ariba and Concur Travel, while PowWow Mobile has announced an integration with BlackBerry’s Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform.

Sapho said its integration with SAP Ariba for procurement operations was at the top of many of its customers’ ‘most wanted connectors’ list, and starting with Sapho Modern Portal 4.4 managers can approve or deny...

By James Bourne, 15 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, BlackBerry, Development, Enterprise Mobility.

Learning slowly: Getting ROI from enterprise mobile apps and helping the CIO

Gartner released the following statements in its April 2017 paper on mobile app development trends:We find that the myriad of choices for architectures, tooling and sourcing is reducing the number of successful implementations of mobile app strategies.”

The key findings were:

  • “Of the companies we surveyed, those that have undertaken mobile app development have deployed an average of eight mobile apps to date, with another 2.6 currently being developed and 6.2 planned for the next 12 months, but not yet in...

By Mary Brittain-White, 07 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, CIO, Enterprise Mobility.

Why airports need to get smarter, not just bigger: How IoT, AI and VR are influencing the market

Civil aviation is booming and airports are under constant scrutiny to maintain or improve safety levels as passenger numbers continue to grow and the number of routes and flights increase. In order to improve profitability and because of increased market pressures, airports are being driven towards operational efficiency and cost reductions. But capacity constraints due to lack of space mean it is new technologies which are starting to introduce new efficiencies.

The Internet of Things (IoT), automation, big...

By Kelly Allen, 31 October 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Data & Analytics, Employees, IoT.

Facebook updates Workplace progress a year on – and adds desktop app

It has been a year since Facebook officially went public with Workplace, its enterprise-focused tool – or rather, it has been a year since Facebook rebranded and made the product generally available.

This first birthday is therefore an apt time to reflect on the product’s growth, and a post from Julien Codorniou, VP Workplace at Facebook, gives some interesting statistics. More than 30,000 organisations are using Workplace worldwide – double that of six months ago – with more than one...

By James Bourne, 26 October 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Collaboration, Enterprise Mobility, Productivity.

VMware research explores importance of anytime, anywhere employee apps

The digital workforce is increasing in prominence – but how are these technological changes being analysed, and is it improving performance?

According to a new report released by VMware, alongside Forbes Insights, while companies which offer applications ‘anytime, anywhere’ to their employees can see measurable gains, there remains a gap between what the CIO thinks employees are being provided with and the employee experience.

The study, which polled more than 2,000 executives and frontline...

By James Bourne, 25 October 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Productivity, Research.

Forrester’s tech trends for CIOs by 2020: Automation and artificial intelligence feature strongly

Artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and the Internet of Things (IoT) all feature prominently in Forrester Research’s vision of how technology will transform business between 2018 and 2020.

The 42-page report outlines 10 tech trends and classifies them both in enterprise readiness and the pace of change. One trend – distributed trust systems challenging centralised authorities – is a slow burner in the ‘dawning’ stage, while public cloud is accelerating in the...

By James Bourne, 20 October 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, CIO, Enterprise Mobility, IoT.

My first platform shift – and how we’re just getting started on the mobile mindset

My first job after college was at Oracle as a support engineer. I joined in 1993 and it was a very exciting time. The market was going through what my manager at the time called a “platform shift.” He explained how mainframes had served their purpose and were being retired and replaced by client-server technology that could be deployed at lower costs and take advantage of the computing power of a client workstation to help with the application load.

We’ve been through a number of platform shifts since...

By Lance Walter, 20 October 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, App Platforms, Enterprise Mobility, IoT.