How big data and AI will revolutionise healthcare and help prevent heart attacks

There is new research, data, and expert opinions which show that the potential of big data today now goes beyond the business sector. In a Forbes article, it was mentioned that big data could even prevent heart attacks.

In relation to this, the American Health Association conducted a Health and Tech and Innovation Forum to discuss how big data would offer transformative technologies to not only encourage the healthy lifestyle to communities...

By Rick Delgado, 20 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Big Data, CIO, Data & Analytics.

New report shows AI is key for boosting revenue in the enterprise

Is your organisation ready for the benefits and challenges of artificial intelligence (AI)? If not, then these figures from Harvard Business Review may worry you.

The study, commissioned by software as a service provider Apttus, polled almost 500 business executives and thought leaders and found an almost universal desire for machine learning – plus a majority who believe their future success depends on how they tackle AI.

In all, just 3% of respondents said their organisations had no need for machine...

By James Bourne, 09 November 2017, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Data & Analytics, Employees, Productivity.

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.

AI, blockchain, and robotics will ‘reshape digital business’ in 2018

IT services provider Dimension Data has looked into its crystal ball and predicted that blockchain, machine learning and robotics will be among the technologies which will “reshape digital business” in 2018.

Of this motley crew, it is blockchain which comes out on top as the key technology, primarily around security reasons. In the coming year, Dimension Data explains, interesting applications of blockchain and the Internet of Things (IoT) in the area of cybersecurity...

By James Bourne, 24 October 2017, 0 comments. Categories: App Platforms, Data & Analytics, Productivity, Research.

How Apple is taking augmented reality and machine learning beyond ‘big data’

By Anne D'Angelo

Augmented reality (AR) and machine learning (ML) technologies have been around for years, but until now their use has mostly been limited to processing massive volumes of cloud data for specialised industries and applications. For instance, AR applications have been used in military systems for years, and online retailers have always used some form of ML to better understand and influence buying decisions.

Now, with the release of iOS 11 and the new iPad Pro, Apple is making these...

By MobileIron, 25 September 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Big Data, Data & Analytics, Enterprise Mobility, iOS.

How CIOs can avoid pain points during ERP implementation

For today’s CIO, making the right decision about technology is a formidable task – particularly when it comes to enterprise solutions such as an ERP system which touches so many facets of the organisation.

The realisation that the current technology solution is out of date and doesn’t provide the benefits that modern ERP systems do presents both opportunities and pitfalls to avoid. The old adage “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” does not apply in these situations. The...

By Jeff Carr, 18 September 2017, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Data & Analytics, Productivity.

Don’t ignore active data - the trees in the big data forest

Big data has been in vogue for years, but many businesses are having a lot of difficulty harnessing value and gaining insights from the voluminous amounts of data they collect. However, there is an often-ignored set of data in the enterprise that is truly actionable, data that I call “active” data.

Active data is “in-flight data” that represents things that are changing or need some sort of action taken to move forward. Active data includes data like open purchase orders, new PTO or...

By Peter Yared, 12 September 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Big Data, Data & Analytics, Productivity.

Trend Micro and VMware team up for enterprise mobile security

Trend Micro and VMware have announced the integration of its solutions for increased enterprise mobile security.

The former’s Mobile Security for Enterprise solution will be baked into VMware Workspace ONE and VMware AirWatch, the latter’s digital workspace platform and enterprise mobility management (EMM) offerings.

Customers “will be able to secure corporate data from mobile threats more effectively through policy enforcement and compliance and sharing device security posture...

By James Bourne, 11 July 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Enterprise Mobility, Security.

Taking the robot out of the human: Why we should not confuse productivity and efficiency

We need to have a more grown up discussion about the impact of technology and intelligent automation (IA).

Currently, the conversation about automation is dominated by lurid headlines about whole swathes of the workforce being made redundant overnight, and the dawning of a new dystopia where intelligent machines have replaced the ordinary human worker.

Instead, we need to be asking a much more pertinent question: “Are existing jobs being done well, and how can they be improved?”

Practically every...

By Mark Corley, 27 June 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Big Data, Data & Analytics, Productivity.

The 10 key benefits of digital transformation

By Matt Louden

For most companies, digital transformation is too complex to handle alone—88% rely on third-party providers for at least one component. Despite this drawback, organisations are making their tech-savvy transformations more rapidly than ever. Why?

What’s all the fuss about?

It’s...

By MOBI, 26 June 2017, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Collaboration, Data & Analytics.