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The blockchain opportunity beckons

It’s no secret that a good way to stay employed in the technology industry is to have relevant skills. And a way to stay lucratively employed is to have relevant skills that are in high demand. That means identifying emerging technologies that will generate an ecosystem of jobs, and then learning the skills necessary to […]

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5 questions airlines should ask when bringing their third-party travel sites up-to-speed

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From R&D to health outcomes: Why a connected life sciences platform matters

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Blockchain’s reach will soon go beyond currency and into business processes

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Developing the 7 digital habits: Habit 2 – Be proactive managing your brand

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Employees remain obstacle to security

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How to effectively migrate SAP to the cloud

Most large organizations face similar cost and licensing challenges when it comes to transitioning SAP to a cloud-native environment. For decades now, running SAP throughout the enterprise has … [Continue Reading]

Preparing for AI pays off

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Want your data lake to start generating some real value? Here’s how.

Warehouse. Lake. Repository. The terms we’ve historically used for managing data are all oriented around the concept of containing. That makes sense, because that’s largely how we’ve viewed data – as … [Continue Reading]

Employees use DXC Technology 600 as opportunity to support charity

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DXC Labs demonstrates drones, machine learning, AR and more at the DXC Technology 600

For the first time, a drone delivered the green flag to the starting line at a major sporting event, at Texas Motor Speedway on June 9. DXC Labs — which focuses on development of emerging technologies … [Continue Reading]

Showcasing emerging drone technology at the DXC Technology 600

The DXC Technology 600 was held on Saturday, June 9, under the lights of the Texas Motor Speedway. Scott Dixon took the checkered flag even though about 3,000 local DXC employees, clients, family, and … [Continue Reading]

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