Randall Gaboriault, chief digital and information officer at ChristianaCare, walks through how his organization is using Alexa Skills to help patients and sets up the future of healthcare.
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Europe is in the middle of another wave of COVID-19. Here's how Nico Orie, Vice President of People and Culture, Coca-Cola European Partners, is managing through.
Digital transformation efforts, which are critical during the COVID-19 pandemic and new normal, need some work.
Salesforce's 4th State of the Connected Customer report outlines some of the moving parts for enterprises grappling with COVID-19 and shifting consumer expectations.
Rest assured that Gartner has its share of buzzwords in its 2021 trends listing, but the technologies in whole tell a story. Here's a look at the trends and some color commentary.
To say there is some turbulence in corporate IT would be an understatement. For instance, nearly 1 in 3 enterprises survey are worried their organizations may not survive in the next couple of years.
Jim Farley took over as Ford CEO today and outlined how software and services will be critical to its consumer and commercial vehicle innovation.
Accenture's Black Founders Development Program includes strategic investment in North America and expansion globally as well as community engagement and thought leadership.