Making the connection between personalized care and precision medicine

by Robert Wah, M.D. Over the past several weeks, my colleagues and I at DXC Technology have spoken about the landmark All of Us Research Program that will seek to gather samples from a million or more participants across a broad spectrum of the U.S. population. We’re very excited to be involved in this project, […]

How enterprise IT can achieve mobile first

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We have come to understand “mobile first” as a way to prioritise mobile device design over desktop design. However, what an effective “mobile first” design strategy should really do is equalise the user experience (UX) — allowing mobile devices to be as useful as desktops (especially in the conversion of sales). So, what does “mobile […]

How serverless computing serves the enterprise

Savvy businesses crave rapid iterative development, reduced IT costs, and strategic use of IT staff for creating differentiated services, not for provisioning and managing back-end compute resources. The answer? Serverless computing. Serverless computing, an emerging style of application development, eliminates the complexity of dealing with servers at all levels of the technology stack. It provides […]

La W de wearable

Ya sea un reloj inteligente o una pulsera fitness, nuestras muñecas llevan hoy en día muchos de los wearables más populares, y este campo está en constante expansión, con nuevas formas de conectar sensores y datos a nuestra vida diaria. En general, la “ropa inteligente” comprende casi cualquier artículo que podamos llevar puesto y que […]

U is for usability

This post is part of a series, “Digital: From A to Z,” that explores what it means to be digital. What’s in your A to Z of digital? Find me on Twitter @Max_Hemingway or leave a comment below. Usability is something that we have learnt and adapted within the human race for thousands of years through using and […]

The great distractors make the best workers

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Good news employers: The workplace is still for working. Sounds obvious, but given the suffusion of mobile devices throughout the workplace, some are still worried otherwise. Social media, made all the more accessible by mobile devices, often gets pegged as “The Great Distractor” but with the most recent launches of Microsoft Teams and Facebook’s Workplace, […]

Cuando tu asistente personal es un espía

No pasará mucho tiempo antes de que muchas o incluso la mayoría de nuestras actividades diarias, dentro y fuera del trabajo, se lleven a cabo con la ayuda de asistentes digitales personales (PDA) como Alexa, Cortana, Google o Siri. Desde la comprobación de las citas diarias hasta el envío de mensajes, o la captura de […]

L is for legal

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 regularly to see continuing posts as I work my way through the alphabet and let me know: What’s […]

El aeropuerto del futuro y la importancia de la analítica

¿Cómo deben transformarse las operaciones de las empresas más tradicionales para competir, en esta era digital, con las empresas de nuevo cuño? Esta es la gran pregunta que afrontan los aeropuertos hoy en día. Para encontrar respuesta, vale la pena fijarse en Amazon, como caso de éxito. Claro, Amazon comenzó vendiendo libros, pero con el […]

Google Glass está de vuelta y no está tan mal

¿Es ésta la noticia del verano que nos sacará del estancamiento? ¿Cómo asimilar la expectación que rodea a la nueva aparición de Google Glass? Todos recordamos la risa que nos causó este mismo anuncio en 2013. Pues ahora, los titulares indican que algo ha cambiado y que esta segunda versión será un éxito: “Google Glass […]