Last year disrupted every aspect of life as we knew it. We moved from our desks to home offices, held imperative company meetings over Zoom, rethought our business structures and overhauled our services. At the core of 2020’s disruption was digital transformation. Although it had long been touted as the only logical path forward for
Month: January 2021
AI has been showing potential for years, and companies have noticed. IDC predicts that global spending on cognitive and AI solutions will increase at a compound annual growth rate of 54.4 percent over the next few years, exceeding $46 billion by 2020. By 2024, says the research firm, AI-enabled user interfaces and process automation will replace one-third of today’s screen-based applications.
We live in an increasingly virtual world. Because of that, many organisations not only virtualise their servers, they also explore the benefits of virtualised storage. Gaining popularity 10-15 years ago, storage virtualisation is the process of sharing storage resources by bringing physical storage from different devices together in a centralised pool of available storage capacity.