There was a time, not so long ago, when relatively few CFOs made the leap to CEO. This is no longer the case. “The widened path for CFOs,” an article on CFOdive.com noted, “is part of a conservative response by companies looking for a steady hand to help them navigate unfamiliar terrain.”
Though it’s the middle of summer educational institutions always on high alert and are constantly thinking about how to better guard the physical well-being of their students.
As U.S. inflation continues to rise on the way to a likely recession, IT specifically and the tech sector in general are feeling the pain.
In just the last couple of years cloud spending has exploded. According to Gartner, spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow 20.4% in 2022. It’s no surprise that global cloud spending in K-12 and higher education is on a parallel rocket ride. Mindsight breaks down the advantages for schools to make the migration to the cloud.
Remote and hybrid work are becoming the norm at countless companies. There’s just one problem: not enough workers have the tech tools they need to succeed outside the office. Mindsight’s John Irey shares his insights on what is necessary for a successful shift to hybrid or full remote.
It may sound like hype, but 94% of enterprises are already operating multicloud environments. Multicloud is the use of multiple different public cloud providers, and it’s bringing big benefits to the business.
It’s been over two years since companies in the U.S. and around the world sent employees home, initially thinking they’d bring them back in a few weeks. That didn’t happen, of course, because the Covid-19 pandemic was just getting started. What happened instead was a remote work revolution—one that’s still going strong.
If you thought the IT talent shortage was bad in 2021, it’s going to be as bad or worse in 2022. In fact, a recent Gartner survey of IT executives identified talent as “the most significant adoption barrier to 64 percent of emerging technologies,” categorized across compute infrastructure and platform services, network, security, digital workplace, IT automation, and storage and database.
For better or worse, depending on your take, remote work is here to stay. Maybe not across the board, but certainly to a far greater degree than in pre-pandemic days.
For decades, the main security issues manufacturers grappled with involved things like vandalism, on-site theft and physical supply chain disruption. Then the Internet came along, digital technology became more sophisticated, manufacturing processes went online, and the threats increased. What is the state of cybersecurity in manufacturing today?