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New Information Management Architecture Brings Flexibility and Confusion

Welcome to the future of information management architecture, where the backend repository is separate from the user interface, making it possible for any device or app to pull from the storehouse of documents. This architecture means flexible access for the modern digital and complex workplace, but it also means sometimes feeling adrift in that workplace.

By Andrea Malick / 25 days ago

Key IT Asset Management (ITAM) Strategies in a Cloud World

IT Asset Management (ITAM) is an easily forgotten activity amid the abstraction of digital transformation and cloud. This article by Jimmy Tom, Director of Research Advisory at Info-Tech Research Group, examines key strategies to not only get a handle on ITAM, but also operationalize it by leveraging existing processes.

By Jimmy Tom / about 1 month ago

UiPath’s $225M Round: What Does This Mean For RPA (Robotic Process Automation)?

​This week UiPath announced a Series E round for $225 million at a $10.2 billion valuation. The lead on the deal was Alkeon and the other investors included Accel, Coatue, Dragoneer, IVP, Madrona Venture Group, Sequoia Capital, Tencent, Tiger Global, Wellington, and T. Rowe Price Associates.

By Adib Ghubril / about 1 month ago

Smart network upgrades to consider before the next pandemic

COVID-19 is driving enterprises to evaluate technologies that can improve network availability and agility, such as SD-WAN, SASE, and network automation.

By John Annand / about 1 month ago

Alphabet has Reportedly Acquired Canadian AR Smartglasses Company called 'North' which gives us a Peek at their Future

“Google's parent company Alphabet has reportedly acquired a Canadian Company out of Kitchner [sic] Ontario called North. A company that makes AR Smartglasses branded "Focals." They have sales outlets in Toronto and Brooklyn NY. While the glasses are smart technologically, they're also smart looking, unlike Google Glass that failed miserably partly due to its bizarre look and its possibly intrusive spy camera. North's introductory video below shows us just how natural they actually look on a user.”

By Carmi Levy / about 1 month ago

Beauty and the BaaS: Backup simplicity is gone, and what it means for data protection

From optimization to preservation; from governance to locality – success with integrating a platform will be complicated. Here’s your checklist

By John Annand / about 1 month ago

Going back to the office? Here are five major tech problems that lie ahead of you

Keeping employees productive at home was only the first part of the challenge. Now businesses are preparing for the next wave of IT issues.

By Cassandra Cooper / about 1 month ago

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