There's no question that predictive analytics is the wave of the future. But, like any technology tool, it can also undermine creative thinking.
It’s best to allow knowledge to flow in every direction, and you will end up with smarter and more innovative IT department and organization.
Executives are becoming more strategically selective about outsourcing, turning to multisourcing and increasingly relying on captive offshore centers.
Why it's critical to build systems, devices and tools that minimize distractions and train workers how to tune out unnecessary noise.
Forty million Millennials are in today’s workforce and, as they become the majority of workers, a different enterprise and IT department will emerge.
With today’s high performance computing and cloud environments, it’s no longer necessary to sacrifice performance for the sake of energy efficiency.
Most companies use systems and tools to deliver internal benefits, with little consideration for technologies that benefit customers or build a brand.
The challenge of the next decade will be to design devices, systems and infrastructure that are mindlessly simple to use and easy to manage.
Software and machine interfaces need to be smarter and more function dynamically way, and users are best served with simple and intuitive systems.
CIOs can learn a pair of valuable lessons from Facebook’s declining number of users as they build their own internal social media systems and tools.