No Single Template Exists to Create Smart Cities

July 29, 2016

Cities are unique. Like a Siren’s call, their uniqueness beckons residents and tourists alike; and, that uniqueness should be celebrated … Continued

The Internet of Things and How It Could Affect the Supply Chain

July 28, 2016

“Every industry is ripe for digital disruption and the supply chain industry is no exception,” writes Margaret O’Donnell, a Program … Continued

The Future of the Digital Path to Purchase

July 27, 2016

The digital path to purchase has been growing for years. Laura Stevens (@LauraStevensWSJ) reports, “For the first time, consumers say … Continued

Digital Enterprise Transformation and the “Intelligent” Future

July 26, 2016

The 21st century business landscape will be characterized by the rise of the intelligent enterprise (i.e., organizations that use cognitive … Continued

Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Computing, and Machine Learning

July 25, 2016

Little wonder people are getting confused about the future of computing and automation. Bruno Michel (@BmiBruno), a scientist at IBM … Continued

Automation and Work

July 22, 2016

“Which picture more accurately describes the impact of automation on a workforce,” asks Adrienne Selko (@ASelkoIW), “an orchestrated collaboration between … Continued

Big Data Analytics can Help Supply Chain Risk Management

July 21, 2016

Supply chain risks that result in disruptions continue to cost businesses billions of dollars a year. Gavin van Marle (@LoadstarGav) … Continued

Bolster Content Marketing to Reach Millennials

July 20, 2016

Millennials like to be informed. That’s one reason that content marketing is a great way to reach them. The age … Continued

Innovation in the Digital Age

July 19, 2016

The phrase “May you live in interesting times” is either an English blessing or a Chinese curse. You choose. Whether … Continued

Supply Chain Transformation in the Cognitive Era

July 18, 2016

“Manufacturing supply chains are experiencing levels of change heretofore unprecedented in their history,” writes Richard Howells (@howellsrichard), a Vice President … Continued

Our Kids Need Skills — STEM Education Can Help

July 15, 2016

A skill is the ability, coming from one’s knowledge, practice, and/or aptitude to do something well. The importance of skills … Continued

Cognitive Process Automation™: Eliminating Drudgery

July 14, 2016

Drudgery is defined as hard, menial, or dull work. No one wakes up in the morning anxious to get to … Continued

Big Data and Privacy: What should People Expect?

July 13, 2016

“What does privacy really mean to you,” asks Cathy Nolan (@CatherineNolan7), an Information Analyst.[1] In the era of big data, … Continued

Can Digital Enterprise Laggards Catch Up?

July 12, 2016

Many analysts believe that in order for a business to survive and thrive in the information age, it must transform its … Continued

Artificial Intelligence will Change Everything

July 11, 2016

It was not too long ago that discussions about artificial intelligence (AI) were mostly confined to science fiction literature and … Continued

Does Brexit Vote Signal the End of Globalization?

July 8, 2016

“The historic ‘Brexit’ vote was about much more than a small island’s fear of immigration and a remote European government,” … Continued

Jobs Sustainability, not Universal Basic Income, is the Answer to Automation

July 7, 2016

Billionaire Jeff Greene is among those who believe that automation is going to be disruptive and have a horrific impact … Continued

Industry 4.0 is More than Hype

July 6, 2016

Industry 4.0 (or the Fourth Industrial Revolution) was the central focus the World Economic Forum earlier this year. As usual, … Continued

Digital Natives are Making the Digital Path to Purchase a Busy Place

July 5, 2016

“For the first time,” reports Laura Stevens (@LauraStevensWSJ), “consumers say they bought more of their purchases on the web than … Continued

Independence Day 2016

July 4, 2016

Younger generations might be surprised to learn that Independence Day (i.e., the Fourth of July) only became a Federal Holiday … Continued

Quantum Computing: Schrödinger’s Cat Has a Doppelgänger

July 1, 2016

“The decades-old paradox of Schrödinger’s cat, in which the feline is both dead and alive at the same time, has … Continued