The digital workspace has become a buzzword that has been widely used (and sometimes misused) by the media and the industry. But does it deserve so much coverage? The short answer is yes.
Edge computing is the latest buzzword and every vendor, from infrastructure to security, from telco to cloud, is building a narrative around it. At the same time, end users need to understand the differences — and ultimately the benefits — of a distributed approach to their IT environment.
Slowly but surely the benefits of diversity in a team are becoming accepted rather than challenged. When I talk to software teams, there is a growing understanding that if you have a homogenous group of people building applications, they probably won’t be designed to the needs of the population at large.
Ok, that is not strictly true; I hate static processes. The ones that you see large companies instigate and then find really hard to ever change.