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What is enterprise architecture? A framework for transformation

Enterprise architecture is the process by which organizations standardize and organize IT infrastructure to aligns with business goals. These strategies support digital transformation, IT growth and the modernization of IT as a department.

How Insidesales stopped targeting SMBs and focused on the enterprise

Utah-based tech unicorn Insidesales has drastically shifted the way it sells its SaaS platform for salespeople, completely abandoning the small to medium sized business (SMB) market to focus on 2,000-employee+ sized enterprises.

Economist Nouriel Roubini: Blockchain and bitcoin are the world’s biggest scams

The economist who predicted the 2008 financial collapse has been telling congressional leaders that bitcoin and blockchain represent a significant threat to the stability of the financial marketplace. But he's getting pushback.

The curious case of bloated IT

Organisations are struggling with 'technical debt' leading to bloated IT estates that are necessary to operations yet are difficult and time-consuming to build and maintain, according to Appian CEO Matt Calkins.

Can AI superpower China close the skills gap?

China has rapidly risen to the status of global AI superpower, but the businesses building the growth face the same struggles to find talent as their international rivals.

Juniper advances network automation community, skillsets

Juniper is looking to be an evangelist for network automation by announcing a variety of applications, tools, labs and libraries that it says will hasten adoption of the technology for businesses and network professionals.

MOBI jumps into UEM with new desktop, IoT management tools

Mobile management provider MOBI has added desktops and IoT devices to the portfolio of enterprise devices it can manage, plunging it into the unified endpoint management game.

Facebook opens Workplace Chat to multi-company groups

The expanded Workplace chat function is designed to improve collaboration between workers at separate organizations.

Office Depot turns to New Relic to help pivot to devops

Office Depot, the mega-retailer of office goods and the owner of the long-standing Viking Direct brand, has suffered a downward trend in its recent financials as sales continue to drop. One area where it's seeing an uptick however is across its various ecommerce channels - bearing the fruits of a concerted effort to digitise over the past few years.

Lab rats, Windows 10 and the importance of being last

The file-deletion flaw that plagued last week's rollout of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update shows how Microsoft uses consumers to test out the OS so its important customers – businesses – are protected.