Trends in IT often take years, or even decades, to take off. Cloud was being talked about in the 1990s, yet in 2020 a remarkable 98% of organizations still have at least one mission-critical application deployed on premise. The shift to mobile has been similarly gradual, with the great ‘desktop replacement’ hype never quite taking […]
As SDP gains in popularity, will it replace the VPN or complement it? For the time being, these two technologies can achieve a win-win: improved security and user experience.
Today, WhatsApp has jumped past Microsoft Office 365 as the world’s most-used mobile app in the workplace.
In a world where business travel may grind to a halt, it’s up to companies to (quickly) rethink their WFH policies.
The rapid pace of technological change can mean that our ‘smart’ devices become even smarter. Sometimes, though, companies abandon older products way too early. Rather than building devices with obsolescence in mind, let’s focus more on sustainability and future-proofing our tech.
A full-employment economy means that consumers have a great deal of spending power, but the tight labor market brings its own consequences.