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How the composable approach to IT aligns automation and intelligence to overcome mounting complexity

Learn how higher levels of automation for data center infrastructure ahem evolved into truly workable solutions for composability. Continue reading

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SAP Ariba COO James Lee on the best path to an intelligent and talented enterprise

Learn how how new approaches to spend management, process automation, and integrated procurement align with developing talent, diversity, and sustainability. Continue reading

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How healthcare providers are taking cues from consumer expectations to improve patient experiences

A discussion on how healthcare providers are employing processes and technologies from such industries as retail and financial services to vastly improve the experience and quality of care from the medical patients’ perspective. Continue reading

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How HPC supports ‘continuous integration of new ideas’ for optimizing Formula 1 car design

Learn how Alfa Romeo Racing in Switzerland leverages the latest in IT to bring hard-to-find but momentous design improvements — from simulation to victory. Continue reading

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Data-driven and intelligent healthcare processes improve patient outcomes while making the IT increasingly invisible

A discussion on how healthcare providers employ new breeds of intelligent digital workspace technologies to improve doctor and patient experiences, make technology easier to use, and assist in bringing actionable knowledge resources to the integrated healthcare environment. Continue reading

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Want to manage your total cloud costs better? Emphasize the ‘Ops’ in DevOps, says Futurum analyst Daniel Newman

Learn ways a managed and orchestrated cloud lifecycle culture should be sought across enterprise IT organizations. Continue reading

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Price transparency in healthcare to regain patient trust requires accuracy via better use of technology

A discussion on how new transparency on costs in healthcare provides both a step toward more educated choices as well as an opportunity to use technology to inform and instruct throughout increasingly complex payer-provider-patient processes. Continue reading

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