Hyperconverged infrastructure is a type of datacentre architecture that combines compute, storage and networking into a single system.
Article Author: Ashley Nunes, Senior research associate at Harvard Law School. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of cutting-edge technology. From contactless cashiers to welding drones to “chow bots” — machines that serve up salads on demand —
Article Written By: Vijay Govindarajan and Anup Srivastava Arecent series of mass layoffs in the tech sector, including Amazon and Meta’s dismissal of tens of thousands of workers, has created an incredible opportunity for companies that previously aspired to
Article Author: Thomas C. Redman In principle, new technologies help companies increase productivity: Logistics systems ensure that they have the right quantities of things they need, operational systems help automate production and the delivery of goods and services, and decision
Article Written By: Martin Reeves, Annelies O’Dea and Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak Over the last few years, business leaders have been reminded repeatedly of the interconnectedness and unpredictability of businesses, economies, and societies. Humanitarian disasters, from the pandemic to the war in