What do artificial intelligence, machine learning, virtual and augmented reality have in common? Each of these technologies will revolutionize the way we interact and partner with machines and with each other. Together, they will transform the workforce, improve healthcare, and democratize education. Learn more with Jeff Clarke, Vice Chairman of Products & Operations at Dell Technologies
Human-machine partnerships and emerging technologies are reshaping digital transformation on the path to 2030.
AeroFarms CEO and Co-Founder, David Rosenberg explains how his company uses cutting-edge data analyses and technology to re-imagine how the human race can stay fed as populations rise and resources dwindle. Picture a farm that uses 95% less water and grows up to 390 times more food, without soil or sunlight.
By Richard L. Villars, Vice President, Datacenter & Cloud, IDC
Organizations in all industry, government, education, and non-profit sectors are talking about digital transformation (DX) and how to use it to create value, growth, and better outcomes for their customers, constituents, students, or patients through new offerings, engagement models, and insights.
By Richard L. Villars, Vice President, Datacenter & Cloud, IDC
The most fundamental objective of any IT transformation effort must be enabling your entire organization to achieve maximum insight and return from all the data it generates, accesses, manages, and shares. The first step is to trust your data.
By Jennifer Cooke, Research Director, IDC When an organization starts taking steps to transform IT, its goals are ambitious: improve …
by Oliver Christie, Artificial Intelligence Strategist
Dell has released an important report, ‘Realizing 2030: A Divided Vision of the Future’. It highlights how business leaders are thinking about new tech. The report should be required reading for anyone interested in the realities of fundamental change at the boardroom level.
In the current Cybersecurity landscape, it’s easy to feel outnumbered and outmaneuvered. As threats multiply and data breaches seem inevitable, …
Futurists have long envisioned a brighter tomorrow, full of AI helpers and automated environments that run on the sound of our voice. Now that we stand on the edge of that reality, it’s time to realize what it requires of us to make this new world work. With immense possibilities on the horizon comes expanding responsibility. Businesses need to act now to transform their IT, workforce and security to stay ahead of the curve.
We surveyed 3,800 business leaders to discover how workforce education needs to evolve to keep pace with emerging technologies.
85% of tomorrow’s jobs haven’t been invented yet. Prepare your workforce by teaching them how to learn these five new skills.
By Eric Vanderburg
It is healthy to take a step back from the technological changes of today to strategize on how the technology and business landscape will evolve in the future. Let’s take a look.
The executive summary of Secureworks’ annual 2017 State of Cybercrime Report presents a high-level overview of the major cyber threats currently plaguing companies and individuals and rare insight into the behaviors and organizational structure of some of the most proficient criminal groups on the internet.
by Daniel Newman, principal analyst at Futurum Research and author of Futureproof
I’ve long said digital transformation is a journey, not a destination. Every journey has a catalyst for forward motion—the fuel in the tank, if you will. Let’s examine a few ways AI is pushing digital transformation forward into the next phase.
By Bask Iyer, CIO at Dell and VMware
There is no denying it. Transforming IT will enable us to drive the performance and efficiency needed to keep companies ahead of the competition and to reinvest our cost savings in innovation.
Jeremy Burton, CMO of Dell, discusses the latest research in which 3,800 business leaders from around the world weigh in on what they think the next 10-15 years have in store.
Imagine this: You put on a pair of virtual-reality glasses. You see a school in a poor, rural Chinese village. You turn your head to see inside the door and you find a group of students gathered in a small classroom, learning with technology.
The display requirements in different industries, like finance, oil and gas or education are vastly different for users. Add to this virtual and mixed reality technology and you can imagine the ever more sophisticated displays needed to translate data into the visual.
In this short interview, Eric Vanderburg, Vice President, Cybersecurity, at TCDI, shares best practices for organizations and individuals to leverage IoT generated data while staying ahead of security threats.
In this short interview, Tamara McCleary, CEO at Thulium, explains the difference between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).
With the increasing volume of data being collected, cloud computing does not yield the best results for certain types of analytics and real time decision making. A new distributed and secure compute model must replace certain processes that are currently still in the cloud.
Between now and 2030, humans and machines will work in closer concert with each other, transforming our lives. Take a look at what’s coming down the pike next.
The future of work is flexible, untethered and peppered with virtual and mixed reality. Much of the compute is happening on the Edge, meaning on the device you work on. How will you work in the future?
By Dan Newman, Futurum
We already know that 90 percent of the world’s data has been created in the last few years alone. To deal with the massive quantities of IoT data, companies will need to turn to machine learning. It will simply be too much for humans to handle alone.
By Ari Lightman, Carnegie Mellon University
At any moment, any company can take a hit that might impede its ability to produce and sell its goods or services, in other words, it might be disrupted. When this happens, the company’s resiliency is put to the test.
By Eric Vanderburg
As the size of the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow, so too do the potential security risks for enterprise IoT as attackers target it. Gartner estimates 8.4 billion IoT devices will be in service this year and that by 2020, we will have 26 billion IoT devices connected.
Connecting physical things with the Internet of Things is still in its nacency, integrating smart things is even newer. Learn what type of considerations and technology innovations it takes to succeed. Listen to Liam Quinn, Dell’s CTO of IoT
Trey Layton, CTO, Dell EMC Converged Platforms, got his start in the military as an imagery analyst working for General Schwarzkopf during Desert Storm. Find out how he was involved in ‘Black Hawk Down’.
Virtual reality has received a lot of attention lately, but there is much to be said for Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) technologies that have clear applications for the enterprise and the future workplace.
Rooted in the mindset of an engineer, a scientist, a business development expert and an entrepreneur, Dr. Orna Berry analyzes business challenges from multiple angles to ensure that any IT and services solution achieves all objectives. Due north for all activities is a five star customer experience.
HR and IT can learn from each other and become allies in digital transformation, for both investing in modernizing tech and in acquiring new talent.
Transforming a company into a digital business is hard, for companies of any size. It requires transforming the company’s culture, business processes and, most certainly, its IT. We are beginning to see the potential of AI in defining human machine partnerships that will allow companies to scale their business. Meet Alice, an AI business engine for entrepreneurs.
In Ray O’Farrell’s words, virtualization, or software-defined hardware, simply works, is flexible and very non-disruptive. A perfect technology for IT organizations, right? Sort of… to realize the benefits of any new technology, there has to be a fundamental level of trust between a vendor and customer that takes the fear factor out. Ray, CTO of VMware CTO, also places high value on the right culture to enable innovation.
Predicting technology disruption is possible. How? Be part of the research, build on the findings, consider the dependencies and carefully plan the processes. John Roese, Dell EMC CTO, reveals the secrets your business should know.
The level of IT transformation a company has achieved has an immediate and tangible impact on business growth, competitive differentiation and ability to innovate. How much? … Leading IT industry analysts did the research and have surprising answers.
See our Digital Business Study to find out if the digital journey caused organizations to redefine their business or fear what’s coming.