Digitally fit in 2018: Build on your skills

Keeping your skills up to date is a key part of being digitally fit. There is no definitive list of training that should be undertaken to become “digital;” it depends upon your role requirements. However, there are some topic areas that should be considered as a base set of skills to expand on. These topic […]

Ask Ally, DXC Technology’s voice-enabled hospital bedside assistant

Voice assistants are coming to the hospital bedside. Voice assistants — made popular by Alexa, Siri, Cortana, Google Home and others — are simple, intuitive, multi-user and best suited where accessibility and availability are essential. Leveraging these advantages, at DXC Labs we have built Ally, DXC Technology’s voice-enabled hospital bedside assistant. Meet Ally The current […]

HBR Analytic Services survey sheds light on the state of digital transformation

Plenty of companies are either in the midst of, or preparing for, big changes in the way they operate so they can succeed in the digital economy. The changes aren’t for the faint-hearted. They require modernized IT infrastructures and advanced technologies, stalwart leadership, new organisational structures and a flexible approach. So, how do organisations get […]

Digital leaders create a renaissance in their organisations

Renaissance translates as ‘rebirth’, and is the name given to the period when Europe emerged from the Dark Ages into a more enlightened modern era. The Renaissance was a fiercely forward-thinking time. It spawned a scientific revolution where science, technology and culture began a cycle of mutual advancement. In a new report, ‘Winning Through Change […]

How artificial intelligence is transforming healthcare

Pulse Series: As part of the 21st Century Series on Australian Healthcare, David Pare, CTO for DXC Healthcare and Life Sciences in Australia and New Zealand, will focus on news, start-ups and developments within the industry — what’s happening, what’s being done to drive innovation, and what’s new or newsworthy. What better place to start the […]

To lower enterprise risk, get cyber resilient

The digital transformation of business puts information technology at the center of your enterprise. At the same time, it greatly expands risks to the enterprise. As these cyber risks become central to both operational and business risk, they’ll have a greater influence on the enterprise’s overall risk. What you need is cyber resilience. That’s the […]

G is for geolocation

GPS

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 in […]

Raising and lowering the smart cities bar

As many readers of these blogs know, I’ve spent years griping about the term “digital transformation.” Despite my love for urban transformation, the term “smart cities” has bugged me at times as well. Don’t get me wrong — this has nothing to do with a sincere belief that cities are getting smarter…they clearly are. I […]

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

An Account Based Marketing primer for enterprise IT

In the age old attempt to “learn the business” there is a rather old marketing strategy that has been amplified recently by new ways of unearthing client insight from corporate databases and CRMs. I think it’s worthwhile for IT to understand this concept if for no other reason than to be proactive about it in […]