The 2019 CIO strategy analysed: Leaders needed combining CIO knowledge and CEO flair

The role of the CIO in 2019 remains a fascinating one. Where do companies invest in their technology initiatives? What position does the CIO hold? What emerging technologies need to be explored?

According to the 2019 CIO survey from Harvey Nash and KPMG, which polled more than 3,600 IT leaders, almost two thirds (63%) of organisations are now allowing technology to be managed outside the IT department.

By James Bourne, 14 June 2019, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Development, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Research.

A blueprint for open source language automation: How enterprises and developers can benefit

Open source languages continue to gain popularity. As they do, the organisations using them confront challenges related to their deployment, management and updates. Developers need to keep these languages free from vulnerabilities and threats, at the same time as they are coding new software. And that software must integrate with legacy and polyglot tech stacks. This has all become a drain on productivity that’s untenable in today’s fast-moving, fast-iterating...

By Bart Copeland, 15 May 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Design, Development.

The three biggest challenges facing the equipment-centric enterprise

"Predicting rain doesn’t count. Building arks does.” Wise words from the legendary business magnate, investor, speaker and philanthropist, Warren Buffet.

The ability to identify change just seems easier for some. That’s probably what makes Buffet one of the world’s most successful and wealthiest investors. But for most of us, making the best financial decisions for long term organisational growth is not...

By Joseph Kenny, 09 May 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Big Data, Development, Employees, IoT.

Why CIOs need to question 5G and the 'need for speed'

Who doesn’t want a bit of extra speed in their life – especially when it comes to mobile data? Well, quite a few people, as it turns out.

The advent of 5G services promises much faster mobile communications, with ten times the speeds of existing 4G services (and remember what a transformation that was). According to received wisdom, everyone stands to benefit – from consumers who will be able to download an HD film in seconds, to urban planners who can use 5G to provision the services that...

By Harry Chima, 02 May 2019, 0 comments. Categories: App Platforms, CIO, Data & Analytics, Development.

Samsung SDS announces next version of enterprise blockchain platform

Samsung SDS has announced the launch of Nexledger Universal, the latest iteration of its enterprise blockchain platform.

Nexledger Universal offers standard application programming interface, which is often applicable to Samsung SDS NCA (Nexledger Consensus Algorithm) and general blockchain such as Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric. The platform helps customers to develop application services like settlement, authentication,...

By Enterprise CIO, 29 April 2019, 0 comments. Categories: App Platforms, Development.

Why you need to be able to trust your SD-WAN platform

Imagine a scenario when an IT network manager settles into the task of remotely provisioning and configuring an SD-WAN edge router that’s located in a distant branch office. The router appliance was shipped from a supplier’s warehouse to the branch, unboxed, and plugged into power and Ethernet by a local non-technical employee.

Before this new connection to the corporate WAN can be...

By Anand Oswal, 17 April 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Case Studies, Data & Analytics, Development, Security.

Future of app development is multi-experience, says Gartner

According to a recent survey conducted by Gartner, as user application touchpoints increase in frequency, change in modalities and expand in device type, the future of app development is multi-experience.

Jason Wong, research VP at Gartner said: “Development platform vendors are expanding their value proposition beyond mobile apps and web development to meet user and industry demands. The result is the emergence of...

By Enterprise CIO, 04 April 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Collaboration, Development, Enterprise Mobility.

Why no-code platforms are key digital transformation tools rather than a shadow IT nightmare

Thanks to digital transformation, every enterprise today is a software company – whether or not they’re in the business of application development. The need for software hits an organisation from all sides and is so explosive that it can no longer be contained by IT departments. The evolving digital needs of consumers are just the tip of the iceberg. Internal processes like workflow and administrative applications can’t be forgotten in the race...

By Chris Obdam, 29 March 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Development, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, RMAD.

Why 2019 will be the breakthrough year for AI-assisted application development

Artificial intelligence is no longer a technology for the future. In many ways AI is already shaping our everyday lives. From consumers interacting with virtual assistance chatbots online to predictive analytics helping hospitals anticipate and prepare for spikes in patient demand, AI is already making its mark.

No matter size or industry, a strong business case for incorporating AI exists for every single organisation....

By Nick Ford, 13 March 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, App Platforms, Development, Enterprise Mobility.

Separating hype from reality: Exploring AI in IT service management

IT service teams are under continuous pressure to do more with less while also delivering superior customer service and reduced downtime. Complexity is also increasing by leaps and bounds. Artificial intelligence and machine learning offers many opportunities to address these challenges and help improve IT service management overall. Let’s examine how IT managers and directors can implement AI to improve their operations.

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By Akhil Sahai, 29 January 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Development, Employees, Productivity.