Break Free From the Iron Triangle

April 16, 2020

The Iron Triangle or, as it is more commonly known, the project management triangle has influenced project teams for years. Summed up as “fast, good, or cheap.pick two,” the concept asserts that there are firm
boundaries on what is possible to produce. The triangle metaphor implies there is no way to provide goods or services that are simultaneously on budget, on time, and of high quality because of the competing nature of
these priorities.

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Zenzic (formerly Meridian) was created by government and industry to accelerate the self-driving revolution in the UK. Zenzic is channelling £200 million of investment to unite industry, government and academia in the move to a safer, more inclusive and productive mobile future.

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Unleash data and AI forcompetitive advantageReady your data for AIand multicloud

whitePaper | January 10, 2020

Instead of following a set of rote, preprogrammed instructions, AI enables machines to learn, and then “act,” on information. Your voice-activated phone, technologies such as speech and image recognition, autonomous vehicles, the smart devices in your home—all of these advances were made possible by AI technology. AI also marks a fundamental advancement in critical, often time-consuming, business processes. It’s poised to dramatically enhance human decision-making and improve an organization’s ability to make predictions, automate business practices, and optimize logistics.

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A PERSPECTIVE ON IT COST MANAGEMENT

whitePaper | August 10, 2020

2020 has posed significant, unexpected challenges to the world – and to IT departments in most organizations. Work practices have shifted rapidly and, given the volatile economic climate, many organizations are looking to protect against uncertainty and ensure business continuity by implementing cost savings initiatives. As an IT leader, you and your team are uniquely positioned to deliver added value to the organization by leveraging Technology Intelligence data to find these additional cost savings opportunities.

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The UK’s AI Strategy: Where Are We Now?

whitePaper | September 22, 2022

Last year, the UK Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) published its 10- year National AI Strategy for the regulation and promotion of artificial intelligence (AI) in the UK (Report). DCMS seeks to build “the most pro-innovation regulatory environment in the world” and vows to make the UK the “best place to live and work with AI” over the next decade. Since then, the UK government and regulators have taken various steps towards this aim, with the Report anticipating a large number of AI-centric publications and consultations. Some key examples (and their latest status) are summarised below, including a policy paper and white paper on a pro-innovation national position on governing and regulating AI, an Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) consultation on the beta version of its AI and data protection risk toolkit, and a consultation on copyright and patents for AI through the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO).

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AI Test Drive clears the way for business case validation

whitePaper | August 26, 2022

Evolving data centers into intelligent hubs for digitized business processes poses numerous challenges for IT managers. Many organizations are already adopting hybrid IT concepts to make their data center operations more flexible. However, they also have to keep an eye on new requirements such as IoT, AI, blockchain, container technology as well as data security, legal regulations and climate change. How can all this be seamlessly integrated and managed? And, what will matter next for the data center of the future?

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Software Development Trends to Look Out for in 2022

whitePaper | October 6, 2022

It is not unusual to see software development trends change year after year. The pandemic has only accelerated the whole process, and it seems that the trends are changing even faster. What was once considered as acceptable practice in software development might no longer be the case in the foreseeable future. This is why startup founders and big corporation managers should be aware and well-informed of where all the software industry trends are heading to and how to strategize in the best possible app to develop and place an app.

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Cloud SOS: Treating a case of cloud failure

whitePaper | August 5, 2020

Your cloud-enabled future loomed bright. Major budgets were allocated. Agonising hours were spent herding stakeholders. You’re now using cloud, but your teams and the wider business aren’t reaping the expected benefits. Even with the best intentions, tech leaders are struggling to fill those skills gaps, particularly when it comes to cloud implementation, migration and net new deployments. As a result, the business is held back – from capitalising on the cloud’s potential to deliver value internally (boosting efficiency and agility) and externally (delivering products and services that boost revenue).

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Zenzic

Zenzic (formerly Meridian) was created by government and industry to accelerate the self-driving revolution in the UK. Zenzic is channelling £200 million of investment to unite industry, government and academia in the move to a safer, more inclusive and productive mobile future.

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