Research shows optimism can help you live longer, perform better and boost your energy. In Greg Bowen’s experience as a leader at Dell Technologies, he feels that optimism could have a similar effect on organizations. Learn how and why this SVP and CTO of Dell Digital helps others see the bright side of digital transformation.
By 2030, our lives will be more connected, mobile and digital than ever before. Emerging technologies are enabling us to augment, enhance, and optimize our lives; from autonomous vehicles to connected homes and digital cities. Explore the research.
This week on Trailblazers, we look at the evolution of the job search in the internet era.
By Oliver Christie, Artificial Intelligence Strategist The latest edition of ‘Realizing 2030’ forecast reports from Dell Technologies and the Institute …
At a refugee camp far from home, a man passes through an iris scanning terminal to deduct the amount owed for groceries from his digital wallet. This biometric procedure and uniquely assigned digital wallet are part of a blockchain-based food aid system fueled by the United Nations. Could different humanitarian arms of the UN use blockchain as well?
The surest way to thrive in the age of digital transformation is to involve security and risk leaders. Whether you seek operational efficiencies, improved customer service, or a modern business model, beware of these eight common types of digital risk spawned from digital transformation initiatives.
Do you rely on a wearable device to track your daily activity, heart rate and sleep quality? Emerging technologies like AI, IoT and VR are helping “welltech” companies take a more holistic approach to overall wellness. (Part 1 of 2 in a series)
Using big data, the city of Chicago deploys its health inspectors to the establishments at highest risk first and allows inspectors to discover violations 25 percent faster.
McLaren Applied Technologies works at applying the principles of Formula 1 technology to deliver quantifiable deliver quantifiable performance advantage to four key sectors including Motorsport, Automotive, Public Transport and Health. The latter aims to enhance human performance in high intensity professions, elite athletes and racing drivers. Duncan Bradley, Health & Human Performance Business Unit Director, outlines how the digital transformation of motorsport has allowed them to develop transformative solutions.