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IT Sustainability Think Tank: Why 2024 should be less about predicting and more about acting

January 25, 2024

Via: Computer Weekly

The year 2023 was another one characterised by uncertainty. Once again, global instability has muddied the waters, making coming up with reliable predictions almost impossible. Last year, forecasters said businesses would charge ahead with the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI). […]

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Data gravity: What is it and how to manage it

June 17, 2022

Via: ComputerWeekly

When it comes to enterprise applications, access to data – and lots of it – is usually a good thing. And the greater the volume of required data held locally to where it is processed, the better for the business, […]


The State Of Mobile And Why Mobile Web Testing Matters

March 2, 2021

Via: Smashing Magazine

Things have changed quite a bit over the last decade when we just started exploring what we could do on a tiny, shiny mobile screen. These days, with mobile traffic accounting for over 50% of web traffic, it’s fair to […]


Where does the six-foot rule for social distancing come from?

May 20, 2020

Via: Fortune

One of the core disruptions of life during the coronavirus pandemic is the new necessity for social distancing—also and more accurately called “physical distancing.” Because the coronavirus can travel on liquid droplets breathed or coughed out by infected people, an […]

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How to use data annotations in C#

May 18, 2020

Via: InfoWorld

Data annotations (available as part of the System. ComponentModel. DataAnnotations namespace) are attributes that can be applied to classes or class members to specify the relationship between classes, describe how the data is to be displayed in the UI, and […]

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Gartner: IT spending will drop 8% as COVID-19 hits enterprise wallets

May 14, 2020

Via: Network World

Gartner this week said that IT spending across the globe is projected to total $3.4 trillion in 2020, a decline of 8% from 2019 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. In January Gartner had forecast Worldwide IT spending […]

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IT-business alignment in the digital age

November 14, 2019

Via: CIO

Three years ago, Bill Martin stepped into the CIO role at AEG Worldwide, a sports and live entertainment company, inheriting what he saw as an outdated IT model that lacked alignment with AEG’s vision. After consulting with senior leadership about […]


Microsoft drops a pay-as-you-go Azure cloud option

January 11, 2017

Via: CIO

Microsoft is shifting its licensing for its Azure cloud service, eliminating the pay-as-you-go option for new Azure customers using MPSA (Microsoft Products and Services Agreement) as of February 1. Instead, they will be steered toward the company’s CSP (Cloud Solution […]


The new MacBook Pro isn’t just a laptop, it’s a strategy shift

November 3, 2016

Via: CIO

There was a time when differentiating between Apple’s pro and consumer lines was easy. Even after Apple stopped painting its entry-level Macs with candy-flavored colors, there was always a clear separation between the machines meant for professionals and the ones […]