2019 saw discussions about 5G, and now in 2020 those discussions won’t be stopping any time soon. With companies starting to roll out in test markets, hearing “Verizon Wireless 5G,” “AT&T 5G,” and “5G network” will no longer be jargon to the least tech savvy crowds.
Vincent Ricco of Dell shares his thoughts on four technologies that are disrupting the safety and security markets. A massive transformation is underway in the safety and security world. The days of DVR-like safety and security systems are long gone.
San Diego Startup Week is happening May 26th-May 30th. This great event brings together San Diego’s entrepreneurs, mentors, investors, executives, etc. for a full week. There will be a lot of discussions around business growth, business opportunities, and leadership.
The role of digital competence in digital transformation Everybody talks about digital transformation, but how can you be sure it’s working for your company? In other words, how do you ensure you’re getting the business performance you expect from your digital investments? This is where digital competency comes into play.
When it comes to design, inspiration can be found in the most unlikely places. Take designing complex IT systems. You can learn a lot about how to make your company’s technology work by examining city street plans. Don’t believe me? Let’s take a look.
Dell Technologies has some great predictions on technical disruptions that everyone in the industry might be talking about this year. Here’s what they think. This year a broad range of emerging technologies will become a tangible part of the broader IT and business dialogue.
Whether it’s a new commercial deployment or a new use-case, there is no single week where 5G doesn’t make news headlines. The momentum of this groundbreaking technology is building as well as the expectations among consumers and the industry. As a result, mobile service providers will have to build their services accordingly.
Applications sit at the center of today’s digital businesses. As consumers, we interact with our favorite brands primarily through apps—hailing cabs, doing our finances, and most (if not all) of our holiday shopping. And, of course, our jobs are equally app-centric.
In the Digital Age, the landscape of the modern workplace is in constant flux. The rapid pace at which emerging technologies have evolved has begun to pay off big dividends for organizations who have embraced digital transformation. Both hard and software solutions have learned to integrate with one another to create new, more flexible business […]