The digital workplace: Making the magic happen

Globalization and the growth of the “outside-in” digital enterprise have thoroughly disrupted the workplace. The company-employee equation has changed dramatically, with the “task” becoming the primary focus. Collaboration happens intuitively and digitally across boundaries. As workers exercise more independence, taking jobs they’re truly interested in, businesses reduce traditional benefits and brick-and-mortar office space to free […]

F is for fitness trackers

Fitness Track

This post is part of a continuing series, “Digital: from A to Z,” that explores what it means to be “digital” from A to Z, broken down into individual blog posts diving deeper into various subjects. Check back here regularly to see continuing posts as I work my way through the alphabet and let me know: What’s in […]

BitLocker in modern device management: Automating recovery key escrow

Security is a top priority in all enterprise IT teams. One important security requirement enterprises look to address is the protection of corporate data at rest on devices, and thus provide data protection in the event of a device being lost or stolen. BitLocker Drive Encryption is the Microsoft tool that can satisfy this use […]

Data lakes, hubs and warehouses — when to use what

Lake

Often in any “technical” field (and I use that term very loosely), it can be quite hard to differentiate between the facts and the fiction — the latter normally created either by over-zealous product marketing or an over-increasing circle of folklore. One particular area that has a lot of attention is the whole big data […]

E is for evolution

Evolution phones

This post is part of a continuing series, “Digital: from A to Z,” that explores what it means to be “digital” from A to Z, broken down into individual blog posts diving deeper into various subjects. Check back here regularly to see continuing posts as I work my way through the alphabet and let me know: What’s in […]

D is for digital

This post is part of a continuing series, “Digital: from A to Z,” that explores what it means to be “digital” from A to Z, broken down into individual blog posts diving deeper into various subjects. Check back here regularly to see continuing posts as I work my way through the alphabet and let me […]

C is for cobots

This post is part of a continuing series, “Digital: from A to Z,” that explores what it means to be “digital” from A to Z, broken down into individual blog posts diving deeper into various subjects. Check back here regularly to see continuing posts as I work my way through the alphabet and let me […]

B is for blockchain

This post is part of a continuing series, “Digital: from A to Z,” that explores what it means to be “digital” from A to Z, broken down into individual blog posts diving deeper into various subjects. Check back here regularly to see continuing posts as I work my way through the alphabet and let me […]

A is for automation

This post is part of a continuing series, “Digital: from A to Z,” that explores what it means to be “digital” from A to Z, broken down into individual blog posts diving deeper into various subjects. Check back here regularly to see continuing posts as I work my way through the alphabet and let me […]

Welcome to the world of the “slashies” and the “multi-hyphenated”

In English we used to name people by their family role: Taylor – tailored clothing Smith – was the blacksmith Fletcher – created arrows Wright – a worker of wood such as a wheelwright Fisher – was the local catcher of fish Carpenter – made carriages If you were born into a family of smiths […]