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Nov

AI is no longer Artificial Intelligence

Strategic predictions are always an interesting quandary to wrestle with. How far do you back medium-term predictions given today’s technology landscape is dynamic and continually evolving? ... read full post

Posted by:  Brett Gresele , General Manager, Strategic Deals and Alliances |  12 November 2018

Cloud Platform, Digital Transformation, Continuous Service, Gartner


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08

Nov

Realise Continuous Next with Empired’s Continuous Service Evolution

The keynote at this year’s Gartner Symposium introduced Gartner’s next market-forming strategy, Continuous Next . I took a great deal of interest in both the concepts expressed within Continuous Next and the outcomes such a strategy enables. ... read full post

Posted by:  Andrew Burke , Chief Technology Officer, Lifecycle Services |  08 November 2018

Cloud Platform, Digital Transformation, Continuous Service, Gartner


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15

Nov

Thoughts on Gartner Symposium 2017

How would you define a 2017 IT vendor? Are they selling servers and hardware or are they discussing how to completely transform your organisation through technology and the power of the cloud? ... read full post

Posted by:  Andrew Burke , Chief Technology Officer, Lifecycle Services |  15 November 2017

Cloud Platform, Digital Transformation


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13

Sep

Software Solutions for Formation Evaluation in 2017

On Thursday September 7, Empired attended the 2017 New Technology Forum at Woodside Plaza in Perth, Western Australia. The annual event focused on Software Solutions for Formation Evaluation and was hosted by the Formation Evaluation Society of Australia (FESAus). The event was well attended by both services companies and operators from the energy sector.  ... read full post

Posted by:  Callum Rideout , Business Analyst Enterprise Solutions |  13 September 2017

Cloud, Cloud Platform


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