As Inflation Skyrockets, Is Now the Time to Pull Back on New IT Initiatives?

These are times that try IT leaders’ confidence and spirit. As the cost of just about everything spirals upward due to both inflation and supply chain shortages, many IT chiefs are taking a second look at projects that not so long ago seemed both necessary and logical. Yet now may not be the time to … Read more

Tech Advances in Retail/Food Industry During the Pandemic

The recent pandemic grabbed humanity by its Achilles heel and shock civilization hard. The ensuing rapid technical adaptations to improve our odds were almost magical in both speed and design. While most of the souped-up food and retail technologies were elements of survival-on-the-fly, some of the new tech will likely outlive the virus threat. Many … Read more

Kremlin’s Aggression Divides Digital Ecosystems Along Tech Trenches

With the siege of Ukraine escalating with more invading troops, live ordnance, and machines of war rumbling forth, a technology trench is emerging that may reshape the digital landscape many industry-watchers thought was on the horizon. Companies such as Intel, SAP, Oracle, and AMD stopped shipments of their technology to Russia or halted their operations … Read more

The Circular Economy for Enterprise Computing Gear is Evolving

As businesses look for ways to reduce their carbon footprint and boost sustainability, an age-old idea is bubbling to the forefront: participating in the circular economy (CE). By reusing, repairing, repurposing, refurbishing and reselling things it’s possible to trim emissions, reduce waste, save money, and achieve strategic benefits. The idea of ​​ditting today’s buy and … Read more

How IT Can Modernize and Streamline Enterprise Supply Chains

With havoc at ports and terminals showing no signs of imminent improvement, it’s likely that the supply chain disruptions that have plagued businesses nationwide won’t be slowing down anytime soon. In the meantime, enterprises spanning a wide range of industries, from semiconductors to household goods, are struggling to fulfill customer orders. Flexibility is the key … Read more