Digital Workplace | CIO WaterCooler - Part 6

Digital Workplace


Collaboration innovation – re-thinking the workplace

Most organisations are looking for ways to foster collaboration and grow team productivity. How this is achieved is less obvious. For a while it has been assumed that if you throw sufficient communications media...

Corporate It

Survey: The changing shape of corporate IT

Digital technologies and business products, services, processes and models are more intertwined than ever. Whether you want to think of the impacts of cloud platforms, machine learning, robotic automation, citizen developers or DevOps (or...


Collaboration – where AV and IT meet?

There were plenty of amazing products launched and on display at ISE2017 in Amsterdam in early February. But in the background buzz there was a common theme of an industry in transition. While many...


Cognitive collaboration rules at IBM Connect 2017

This week IBM hosted IBM Connect 2017, its annual customer and partner conference for its Collaboration Solutions division. Taking place in San Francisco for the first time, the conference had a different feel to...


A peek into IBM Watson Workspace

In November, IBM announced a new team collaboration offering called IBM Watson Workspace. Underpinned by cognitive technology, it is designed to complement IBM’s other enterprise collaboration offerings while attracting new customers in this competitive space....


CIO Insight: Demonstrating the value of IT

In my previous articles, I have discussed that as part of an IT professional’s evolution there would be a need for demonstrating value. I’ve since had a couple of emails from various people at...

Unified Communications

Making Sense of the Messaging Landscape

Re-posted from my blog earlier this week: Messaging continues to carry a lot of momentum, especially in the UC&C space, and the more research you do, new avenues open up that you hadn’t considered...

Machine Learning

Merging Humans with AI and Machine Learning Systems

Artificial intelligence and machine learning systems are made up of code and algorithms, and as such, they work as fast as computers can process them.  Often this means massive amounts of learning can be...

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