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1:50
Yesterday

How would you like a digital twin of your organisation?

It's the concept of the digital twin writ large: not an engine, but the whole organisation.

2:00
Yesterday

80% of blockchain use cases will die

The real business benefits of blockchain are hard to prove, as many embark on "pointless proof-of-concepts", says a Gartner analyst.

3:30
Yesterday

Gartner outlines mission-critical trends for government

Despite budget constraints, the public sector will continue to prioritise modernising legacy systems to improve public service in 2019.

2:40

Can we ever do away with printed documents?

Printing, scanning and other paper-based activities are still very common in the corporate sphere, says KYOCERA Document Solutions Direct.

2:50
Wednesday

Gartner proposes new customer experience approach

To turn the customer experience vision into reality, Gartner advises leaders to dispel three myths around the approach in general.

3:10
Tuesday

It's up to you to protect your data, not the CISO

Gartner says the owners of data are also accountable for its security.

1:20
Tuesday

Gartner's Sondergaard missing from this year's symposium

Peter Sondergaard, for many the face of Gartner, has left the company.

1:50

Public cloud spending to exceed $200bn in 2019

The fastest-growing segment of the market is cloud system infrastructure services, says Gartner.

1:10

Will edge eat the cloud?

Stratus Technologies delivers zero-touch computer platforms at the edge, specifically designed for IOT and requiring little or no IT support.

2:50

Distribution platforms assist in B2B sales process

ChannelCenter's marketplace feature provides customers with a comprehensive database of products along with specs for comparison purposes.

3:40
11 Sep

Gartner: Five technologies that will transform government

Five technologies on the Gartner Hype Cycle for Digital Government Technology are expected to have the most transformational benefit for governments over the next 10 years.

3:50
5 Sep

Telcos cash in on adjacent markets

With legacy revenue sources dwindling, communications services providers are diversifying into digital media and IT services.

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