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CIOReview Weekly Brief
Weekly Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Executives
December 13, 2018
Feature of the Week
Blockchain technology has already gained much hype and popularity in modern day but entrepreneurs and marketing executives are still hesitant towards this new tech.
The applications of IoT are rapidly increasing. Almost all the devices from automotive dishwashers to machinery is connected and controlled through online-enabling new opportunities.
Cloud computing techniques are providing efficient and 24/7 support to the enterprises. Serverless computing and container-based programming are also evolving as a part of cloud computing.
Drones reduce the costs of projects, enhance productivity, and datasets through improvements in graphics visualization.
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CIO Viewpoint
Gregory L. Garcia, Deputy CIO/G6, HQ Department of Army
The Control Systems' cyber threat is going to increase exponentially putting missions and businesses at significant operational and financial risk.
Dale Danilewitz, CIO, AmerisourceBergen
Knowing your specific mobility use case and the capabilities of the solution in question will ensure that you are truly solving the problem at hand.
Dave Pearson, Executive Vice President & CIO, Sykes Enterprises, Incorporated [NASDAQ:SYKE]
It's the human+machine equation that will be the real future of AI and the power that will drive AI innovation.
CXO Insights
By Mahbubul Alam, CTO and CMO, Movimento - an Aptiv Company
Gen Z - the AI Natives - expect technology to seamlessly integrate with their active lifestyle.
By Seth Catalli, Regional Vice President, West Region, SAP North America
Better still, the Intelligent Enterprise is one that will tap into the endless amounts of data available to explore new business models and revenue streams.
By Marc Rind, VP of Product Development & Chief Data Scientist, ADP
HR systems have to be more intelligent to provide recommendations through the HR system for HR practitioners, managers, and other employees regarding their job.
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