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Data centers in space

February 20, 2024

Via: CIO

Imagine a world in which data centers were deployed in space. Using a satellite networking system, data would be collected from Earth, then sent to space for processing and storage. The system would use photonics and optical technology, dramatically cutting […]

BI Users, IT Team

What It Takes to Achieve Effective Collaboration in a Hybrid Workplace

May 14, 2021

Via: CMSWire

As well as disrupting almost every aspect of daily life, the COVID-19 global pandemic has fundamentally changed the structure of many workplaces. Rather than people commuting to a central workplace, many now undertake their roles from home with occasional trips […]

Software & Systems

Workplace Digital Transformation: How Will You Know if It’s Happening for You?

April 16, 2021

Via: CMSWire

We’ve all heard how the pandemic forced a digital transformation in the way we work. After analyzing almost 100,000 teams on Microsoft Teams as part of SWOOP Analytics’ forthcoming 2021 Teams Benchmarking Report, we discovered this digital transformation is in […]

Software & Systems

Improving Employee Engagement in the Enterprise

September 9, 2020

Via: CMSWire

Last month, Edelman released its Trust Barometer for 2020. Published just as the COVID-19 pandemic was really taking off, it showed that only half of employees believe that office spaces are safe. In most countries, only a quarter or more […]

Software & Systems

Riding the Employee Engagement Rollercoaster

August 10, 2020

Via: CMSWire

Employee engagement has never been higher. Hang on a second — it’s dropped to a historic low. Wait, it’s higher than ever again. Observers can be excused if they feel a little queasy watching the ups and downs since COVID-19 […]

Software & Systems

How to Maintain a Strong Corporate Culture During a Downturn

July 24, 2020

Via: CMSWire

The pandemic has caused the most significant economic downturn since the Great Depression. According to the International Monetary Fund, the lost economic output from COVID-19 could reach $9 trillion through 2021. This grim outlook will clearly effect the worldwide business […]