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Business Innovation Tech & Society

Why Cloud is the Center of Gravity for Enterprise Software

Techonomy is undertaking a major project to identify and honor cutting-edge cloud companies.   More

Healthcare Innovation Techonomy Events The Pandemic

How Tech Innovation Fueled Johnson & Johnson’s Pandemic Response

CIO Jim Swanson on how the healthcare giant applied technology with empathy to advance human health and equality.   More

Business Innovation Partner Insights

What Corporate Software Development Can Learn from VCs

As software product engineering gets more sophisticated, companies must think more methodically. Software is increasingly the heart and soul of every company, and venture capital offers models to help corporations proceed successfully.   More

Food Innovation Tech & Society The Pandemic

How Cold and Impersonal Should Grocery Shopping Get?

Tech companies are moving quickly towards grab and go shopping. But as clerks disappear, do we really want to lose the human touch as we do our rounds?   More

Business Innovation Partner Insights

Tomorrow Comes Today – A Look at the Next Decade of Software Product Engineering

The shift to performance-based models represents the future of the services industry, but few companies are positioned to take advantage of the transformation partnerships needed to achieve their goals.   More

Community Insights Innovation The Pandemic

What Flavored Water Can Teach Us About Innovation and the Future of Retail

Hint founder Kara Goldin on how the company navigated the pandemic by doubling down on a direct to consumer model.   More

Analytics & Data Artificial Intelligence Innovation

Digital Twins Grow Up

2021 is being hailed as the birth of a mirrored world, where digital simulations and real life will work in concert. Digital twins will be used to create ultra-realistic, bi-directional simulations of everything from smart cities to manufacturing processes, aeronautics, clinical health trials and supply chains.   More

Analytics & Data Innovation Partner Insights The Future of Work

What IT Leaders Learned–and Gained–In the Pandemic: BMC’s CEO Executive Council

BMC hosts a regular “Executive Council” with senior executives of a small number of clients. A recent virtual discussion honed in on lessons learned from the pandemic and where things head from here.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Innovation Sustainable Development Goals

Tech and Innovation Offer Promise for the World’s Most Water-Challenged Regions

Many water sources are drying up, becoming more polluted, or both. Water-intensive industry, agriculture, and energy generation are growing to meet the needs of an ever-expanding population, resulting in further water scarcity and stress. What can we do to solve water?   More

Innovation Partner Insights Resilience

The Pressing Need for Innovation in Unexpected Places

Among the many painful lessons from a year of COVID-19 and lockdowns is that we live in a volatile world. Businesses of all kinds have been forced to reassess how they think about, and plan around, risk.   More

Healthcare Innovation The Pandemic

How Johnson & Johnson Is Shaping the Future of Healthcare Through Technology

CIO Jim Swanson on the transformative effects of the pandemic on Johnson & Johnson’s core business—and on technology’s ongoing role in advancing human health.   More

Business Innovation The Pandemic

One Year After the Great Reset: Same Storm, Different Boats

Some countries, industries, organizations, and people basically shrugged off the pandemic. Others may never fully recover. The good news: We have our start date for a new mindset.   More

Innovation Media & Marketing The Pandemic

Till we Meet Again (at Conferences)

Most notable large live events of this coming spring and summer are being canceled for the second year in a row. But as we start to see the light at the end of the tunnel, there’s lots of collective soul searching about how we should meet again.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare Innovation

Drug Researchers Need to Learn to “Fail Fast”

Failure is never the goal in healthcare. But ‘failing fast’ is not at odds with healthcare’s commitment to the patient. On the contrary, it reinforces the critical path of putting the patient first.   More

Business Innovation Leadership

Why Digital Projects Fail – And How to Keep them On Track

By spotting and solving these five key issues early on, your organization can improve the odds of succeeding with its digital projects.   More

Analytics & Data Innovation

Quantum Computing Patents Help Shape the Future

In recent years, patents have given the world such critically important technologies as CRISPR, graphene, 3D printers and GPS systems. But perhaps the most exciting patents are those in quantum computing.   More

Healthcare Innovation The Pandemic

Kinsa’s Thermometer Network: Crowdsourcing for Public Health

Kinsa Health makes a connected thermometer, now used in 2.5 million American homes. That innovation is more profoundly important than it initially appears, because the insights the network leads to offer a deep predictive view into public health.   More

Healthcare Innovation The Pandemic

Health Tech’s Role in Return to Normalcy

During this painful transition to “normal,” we have a lot to be optimistic about. Digital health experts from Roche Diagnostics and Quantum Materials Corp. explain.   More

Innovation Tech & Society The Pandemic

Cleanliness is Next to Techieness at CES 2021

Walking through the all-digital CES proved there’s an awful lot of new tech that aims to keep us safer and more hygienic as we emerge from the pandemic. Here are just a few of the products showcasing tech-infused cleanliness.   More

Artificial Intelligence CDX Innovation

Untapped Aptitude – How Tech Helps Drive Disability Inclusion

Voice technologies – and AI in particular – provide unique new opportunities for workers with disabilities. A group of disability empowerment leaders are mapping out where we stand and where we might go.   More