Tag Archive for: manufacturing

The Case for DevOps

By Phil Simon

Introduction We’re long past the days in which a single, monolithic “IT Department” can address the entirety of an organizational and employee technology… Read More

By Phil Simon
Professor at ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business

August 15, 2017

Will the manufacturing CIO be stuck in the middle of organizational transformation?

By Babette Ten Haken

The manufacturing CIO is in a quandary. No doubt about it. The role of CIO is evolving in accordance with the ubiquitous nature of the Internet of Things (IoT).… Read More

By Babette Ten Haken
Founder & President, Sales Aerobics for Engineers®, LLC

June 28, 2017

Will Industrial Analytics Fuel the Jump to IIoT Hyperspace?

By Babette Ten Haken

Industrial analytics can become the fulcrum for competitive advantage within the industrial IoT (IIoT) space. However, advantage is gained based on how companies… Read More

By Babette Ten Haken
Founder & President, Sales Aerobics for Engineers®, LLC

January 11, 2017

IDC Forecasts Huge Growth for AI, Cognitive Systems in the Next Four Years

By Jeff Bertolucci

Artificial intelligence and cognitive systems have been going mainstream for some time now, an accelerating trend confirmed by a new IDC study. Read More

By Jeff Bertolucci
News Writer

November 10, 2016

IDC: IT Spending to Reach $2.7 Trillion in 2020

By Jeff Bertolucci

IT spending is increasing, largely due to manufacturing and telecommunications industries investing in third-platform solutions, IDC reported. Read More

By Jeff Bertolucci
News Writer

September 1, 2016