We round up trends from around the globe that had us scratching our heads.
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The company has recently moved to larger premises primarily to accommodate its planned GTC expansion.
Rio de Janeiro pulled out all the stops to ensure the technological bases were covered at this year's Olympic Games.
South Africa's movie industry has gained a world-class reputation for excellent production prowess and beautiful locations.
The new wave of ERP systems is all about mobility and the user experience.
Companies must perform an honest and extensive data analysis as a way to inform their strategy for the future.
To stay relevant, software testers must focus on what makes manual testing essential to the software being tested: humanisation.
Is there a middle ground when it comes to the developer-tester scenario?
Agile delivery lets enterprises be innovative, adaptive to change and grow revenue.
Overcoming barriers to big data adoption starts with the basics, like deciding whether it will even benefit the business.
The widening adoption of cloud computing in the enterprise is spurring the growth of a relatively new role in corporate IT – the service broker. So says Joseph Kim, senior director and GM of HP Propel at HP Software, who notes there are certain services that other service and cloud providers can provide to businesses much more efficiently and cost-effectively than IT. Click here to read the full interview.
The rate of technology change and the opportunities created are necessitating a new approach to IT strategy, management and investment. Customers need to break free from their traditional mode of operation by looking for ways to increase the pace of innovation and delivering business value. What does the future hold in store for us? How can we us technology to help make it matter? enterprise2020.com