According to the 2021 MuleSoft Connectivity Benchmark report, the demand for IT innovation and output capacity is at the highest levels in the post-pandemic world.
The majority of IT leaders in a recent survey are concerned about being left behind. Can microservices, containers, and service meshes pave the way to digital transformation quickly and safely?
Nothing about work during 2020 has been normal. So what does 2021 have in store? Here's what the experts told ZDNet.
Three-quarters of UK employees already have the skills to survive the automation of work. Are you one of them?
The global survey of 1,739 line of business (LoB) employees in organizations with at least 250 employees revealed only 37% of organizations definitely have the skills and technology to keep pace with digital projects during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new report shows that digital technologies hold many solutions to fight the climate crisis.
Sometime between now and 2030, the mathematical system that protects all of digital communications may fall victim to a superior quantum system. Preparing for that time may require us to reinvent the network itself.
There is at least one seismic disruption ahead for digital computing as we know it: the point of impact when quantum computers become legitimate. But just that fact may not be enough to hurry that point along.
Quantum computers are not yet creating business value, but CIOs should nonetheless lose no time in getting involved.
Quantum computing is coming. Find out how it could impact the enterprise by downloading the free PDF ebook version of a special report from ZDNet and TechRepublic.
The impact of quantum computing is a popular topic. Some industries expect to see more changes from it than others.
Getting involved in quantum might seem like a daunting prospect for CIOs. Here are five expert tips to kickstart the process.
Although the threat is at least ten years off, governments and businesses are readying security for the quantum age.
Organizations investing in quantum computing cite improved AI capabilities, accelerated business intelligence, and increased productivity and efficiency, according to analysts.
IBM's Quantum Challenge is designed to help classic software programmers become quantum-ready developers.
Daphne Leprince-Ringuet says this year has likely put an end to the office as we know it. This is what to expect when you start commuting again. Read more: http://zd.net/35gvzxR
Digital technologies are on the rise, and so is the industry's carbon footprint. Daphne Leprince-Ringuet says this is what we should do about it. Read more: https://zd.net/36RSHnD
After several months working from home, some staff are likely to start coming back to the office in the next weeks. Here are some top tips to manage the change.
As demand for new services is rising, budgets are falling. Business pressures of the COVID-19 crisis are falling at the feet of CIOs and IT.
Keeping employees productive at home was only the first part of the challenge. Now businesses are preparing for the next wave of IT issues.
Daphne Leprince-Ringuet says the giant work from home experiment that is currently happening worldwide has given CIOs and their teams a busy few days. Read more: https://zd.net/2VhOjau