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Week of Jan 06

$98 billion

Worldwide Spending on Artificial Intelligence Systems in 2023, according to IDC

Week of Dec 23

$2.6 billion

Low Power IoT Service Revenues expected by 2024, according to Juniper Research.

Week of Dec 16

“Today, IT has become integral to the entire medical device industry, including core offerings. For instance, we recently began a partnership with Apple to pair our medical device expertise with the capabilities of Apple Watch.” – Zeeshan Tariq, Global CIO and Vice President, Zimmer Biomet

Zeeshan Tariq
Week of Dec 09


The number of security leaders at enterprises in the Asia Pacific region who expect their budgets to increase this year, according to Forrester.

Week of Dec 02

“The new world of productivity demands flatter structures, open spaces, and open communication.” – Jigar Thakkar, CTO and Head of Engineering, MSCI

Jigar Thakkar
Week of Nov 25

$4.9 billion

European blockchain spending expected by 2023, according to IDC

Week of Nov 18

“Women often use a lot of qualifiers...“maybe,” “I think we should,” “we might” – which can make you less persuasive.” – Itumeleng Makgati, Executive Partner- Information Management, Sasol

Itumeleng Makgati
Week of Nov 11

$4.2 billion

Global 5G network infrastructure revenue expected by 2020, according to Gartner.

Week of Nov 04

"Pulling existing technology into our systems so we don't have to re-invent it delivers powerful results." – Jim Morrison, Senior Vice President, Solution Development Organization, Allscripts

Jim Morrison
Week of Oct 28

“I find that in technology men are more conflict-averse than women.” – Robin Abrams, Director, HCL Technologies

Robin Abrams
Week of Oct 21

“Don’t look for a mentor who is the same as you, because all you’ll do is violently agree with each other.” – Tina Sands, CIO, Cadent Gas

Tina Sands
Week of Oct 14


The number of financial executives planning to invest in new technology to meet financial reporting requirements, according to KPMG survey.

KPMG Survey