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Audra Streetman, Security Strategist at Splunk SURGe, Splunk's security research team, discusses how, in today's digital landscape, misinformation and manipulated content have eroded societal trust to a critical point. Audra outlines the strategies necessary to foster a future where AI is trusted to enhance society rather than cause challenges.
Ofir Bloch, Vice President of Strategic Positioning at WalkMe, discusses the company’s recent report: The State of Digital Adoption 2024, which finds that, while digital adoption is a rising priority for enterprises, a lack of best practice is still costing many organisations dearly. Ofir warns of the digital adoption ‘pitfalls’, but also outlines the significant rewards of HyperProductivity for those who implement digital adoption best practices successfully.
Greg Keller, Co-Founder and CTO of JumpCloud, discusses the findings of the company’s latest report focusing on the SME IT landscape. AI is on the horizon, but there’s some nervousness over how to best manage this opportunity. Security remains the number one SME concern, alongside budgetary and people constraints. Greg explains how SMEs are placing increasing trust in MSPs to help navigate these challenges and opportunities, alongside some advice as to how organisations can help themselves.
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Richard Gilliard, CEO of Renovotec, provides some fascinating insights into his journey as an entrepreneur, now having established his company as a leading provider of end-to-end automatic identification and data capture solutions (AIDC). Richard gives his views on how the AIDC market will develop across many sectors, with robotics and automation set to make a real difference for businesses of all sizes and also provides plenty of advice to budding entrepreneurs along the way.
Erik Nicolai, CEO of Workspace365, explains why a successful digital transformation journey is about much more than migrating to the cloud. Workspace365 provides a range of technology solutions which enable truly digital businesses, working with its Channel partners to educate and work alongside end users.
Angus Shaw, Sales Director at Brigantia Partners, navigates through the maze of VADs, MSPs and Marketplaces, to explain some of the significant opportunities which await forward-thinking channel organisations as they seek to optimise their cybersecurity solutions portfolios, with the ultimate aim of growing their businesses by helping end users address the seemingly ever-increasing IT security challenges they face.
Christa Quarles, Alludo CEO, discusses the challenges and opportunities facing the company as it heads into the new year. She’s optimistic that, with increased visibility, Alludo’s compelling solution will attract new customers via the channel partner network.
Paolo Perani, Sustainability Manager for ABB Electrification Distribution Solutions, discusses electrification, decarbonisation and broader sustainability topics, with plenty of examples of how the company is working with its supply chain and customers, as well as internally, to ensure that the journey to NetZero is energised by the many digital and sustainable technology solutions being continuously developed by ABB.
Holly Pateman, SVP Product Marketing at Kaseya, discusses the recent Datto State of the MSP: Trends and Forecasts for 2024 Report, which finds a steady transition of traditional VARs to become MSPs, and also highlights the main challenges and technology growth opportunities for the Channel, which include improving the customer experience, vendor consolidation, self-service, storage and cloud. Overall, MSPs are cautiously optimistic as we head into a new year.
Sujata Kukreja, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for Expereo, discusses the company’s recent CIO survey results, which reveal that ESG and climate change is the most significant factor influencing attitude towards technology investment in 2024. Sujata explains just why CIOs are prioritising ESG ahead of other influences, such as supply chain issues, the increasing security threat landscape, and automation advances.
Pathway CEO, Zuzanna Stamirowska, discusses her journey to the IT industry – one which brought her to the world of data analytics and AI, and which ultimately inspired her to launch her own company. Zuzanna shares her experiences along the way, offering advice as to how organisations can best focus on equality and diversity, and also explains how Pathway’s real-time data processing solution works.
Kunal Kaul, Cisco Managing Director, Partner Managed Services & SP RTM, EMEA, discusses a recent Cisco/Canalys report, which reveals that IT Channel partners anticipate significant growth in 2023, with the main driver being managed services. Technology-wise, the cybersecurity focus remains a major driver, alongside managing IT complexity, the AI opportunity and sustainability.
Susan Kenniston, Wipro’s Global Head & VP of Sustainability, discusses the company’s recent research which finds that customers are the key drivers in shaping an organisation’s sustainability strategy. She also explains the importance of the employee experience in driving change, how businesses can refocus their own buying habits reframe their sourcing strategies and why becoming an agile learning organisation is critical to ESG success.
John Hayes-Warren, CEO of Agilitas, discusses the findings of the company’s 2023 Channel Trends report, with customer experience and company culture, combining to provide the Total Experience, as the main priorities for the channel. The report also highlighted the importance of leadership, purpose, alliances, skills and sustainability, as John explains.
Michael Cantor, CIO at Park Place Technologies, discusses how the role of the CIO continues to change and develop with the new challenges and opportunities presented by the world of technology. In addition to the CIO’s ‘traditional’ role of ensuring the smooth running of the IT department, as well as understanding how new technologies might impact on the business, the role now demands many new skills: sustainability, business intelligence and analytics to technology lifecycle, digital transformation, and customer experience.
Public and private transport operators increasingly need visibility down to an individual vehicle level to ensure customer experience and safety outcomes are being delivered, writes Neil Miller, Director of...
High-Performance Computing (HPC), has become critical in assisting the energy sector, offering the capability to analyse complex data, simulate intricate processes, and optimise operations. While immensely...