Epson is partnering with startup Spinar America to offer a bundle that can be used for remote assistance as well as remote work.
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While 2020 was the year that companies had to get up to speed with digital, what will 2021 hold? Our global editors take a swing at the coming 12 months.
Samsung Catalyst Fund Co-Head Francis Ho Ph.D. walks us through the investment strategy and how the technology giant plays new markets and emerging trends.
IT budgets are shifting to build out infrastructure to support remote work and education and enterprises and workers are leaving the buildings behind.
Varadheesh Chennakrishnan, CIO of JOANN Fabrics and Crafts, has sped up omnichannel retail efforts as well as curbside pickup amid the COVID-19 pandemic. ZDNet's Larry Dignan catches up with Chennakrishnan to talk about adapting IT on the fly and how holiday shopping planning has been influenced by a COVID-19 demand surge in fabric.
Digital transformation for the win! Chief Revenue Officer Cameron Deatsch outlines Atlassian's move to let employees work from anywhere, and what it means for the company's products and corporate culture.
PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann and Paul Koester, model based product support program manager for the US Navy, walk through the lessons learned in utilizing 3D data, change management, digital twins and going to the cloud while retiring paper-based processes.
Harry Doctor Jr., IT manager at West Windsor Plainsboro Regional School District, explains how a move to use VMWare on AWS for disaster recovery paid off during the COVID-19 pandemic. Doctor Jr. also outlined the plan to deliver Chromebooks to students as well as supporting teachers.
ZDNet's Larry Dignan caught up with Belkin's VP of design, Oliver Seil, to talk industrial design, leveraging new technology, office layouts, and how USB-C is a big deal for hardware.
We caught up with Oliver Seil, vice president of design at Belkin, talks about designer skillsets as the company preps for the new normal of work.