New research reveals that human-machine partnerships and emerging technologies will usher in a more inclusive and rewarding work experience over the next decade. Explore the findings.
At the heart of it, blockchain is about trust, transparency, and security. Right now, companies spend endless time and money establishing and maintaining trusted, secure relationships and transactions. Blockchain has the potential to streamline these processes, eliminate redundancy, and enhance security. On this episode, Australian Securities and Exchange CIO Dan Chesterman offers a rare down-to-earth, practical look at what blockchain is, what it does, and how to implement it.
Can a fake mustache fool facial recognition technology? How is computer vision being used? Can we really be tracked everywhere we go? Jessica Chobot dissects the hype in the season finale.
Managing the infrastructure for a complex organization can be a monumental challenge. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) compounds that challenge with an extra layer of complexity: It serves 29 different nations, each with its own culture, language, and technological protocols. In this episode, Dr. Gregory Edwards, Directory of Infrastructure Services in the NATO Communications and Information Agency, explains how he builds trust and consensus to keep the organization running – and moving forward.
Eighty-five percent of the jobs we’ll see in 2030 haven’t been invented yet, according to the Dell Technologies Realizing 2030 report. In the wake of a new employment paradigm, educational programs are proactively preparing the next generation of corporate leaders.
Cloud computing has been providing organizations with more power and scale than ever previously thought possible. But if you are looking to maximize your company’s cloud investment, what do you need to know about the future of cloud computing? John Roese, Chief Technology Officer of Dell EMC, explains what you need to consider as part of a hybrid, multi-cloud strategy.
El Camino Hospital, a nonprofit health system located in Silicon Valley, California, has linked patients’ bed alarms, nurse call-light data, and medication records to a machine learning and predictive analytics system to identify patients who were at high risk of falling.
A five-part series on how global governments can leverage emerging technologies to reach prosperity and ultimately realize 2030.
Today, the concept of working from home has become mainstream—a recruitment tool, even—with many companies supporting these programs with policies, tools, and technology from near and far.