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Modern apps power innovation for APAC enterprises - VMware report
IT and app development teams have a crucial role in helping their businesses meet important business objectives - especially in economic downturns.
Firms seek benefits of hybrid cloud, but rollouts pose problems
Hybrid cloud is the ideal IT model, although many organisations are struggling to adopt it.
73% of enterprises moving apps back on-premise - report
Vanson Bourne conducted research on behalf of Nutanix to learn about the state of global enterprise cloud deployments and adoption plans.
Where do ethics lie in regard to AI implementation?
"Those who successfully integrate the revenue-driving power of AI with trust, safety, and values will be successful in creating powerful digital experiences."
92% of businesses experience identity challenges - LastPass
Data from the report reveals IT professionals overwhelmingly (82%) agree that poor identity practices have exposed their business to risks.
How GDPR changes the game for cloud service providers
While GDPR has been a hot topic of conversation recently, but what impact will the laws have on cloud platforms and environments?
Vanson Bourne survey reveals huge global AI investment
The survey indicates that 80% of enterprises are investing in AI, but 1 in 3 business leaders believe their company could do better.
74% of CISOs say cybersecurity hinders productivity & innovation
An independent survey of 500 CISOs found cybersecurity is causing frustration with users reporting it's disrupting productivity and innovation.
80% businesses already investing in AI - all expecting huge ROI
Terdata has released the findings of its report that shows AI's rampant rise amongst businesses and the creation of a new job role - chief AI officer.
Research: Dell Boomi says get connected or pay the price
The company's survey on connectivity found that the level of organisational connectivity is set to nearly double within a six-year period
Confusion around GDPR with 37% unsure if they need to comply
A large portion of businesses have no idea what they need to do in the wake of the fast-approaching General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).