The future applications of tech will shape lives, businesses, experiences, and more. Organisations cannot resist change - very few will have not felt the weight of transformation forced on them by the last two years.
Trends and emerging technologies need to be on your radar now in order to ensure the infrastructure you are specifying today will be sustainable. However, while digital innovations enable improvements, they break patterns and disrupt workforces, and it can be both exhausting and daunting to make sense of the noise.
From buzzwords to business outcomes
How can buzzwords be made into something cohesive, coherent, and conservational? The challenge of innovating responsibly while permitting essential disruption is pervasive, but Smarter Technology for the Next Reality, the latest keynote series from Lenovo, Nutanix, and Intel offers insight into this space.
The next talk will be from Linda Grasso, DeltalogiX CEO and tech influencer, who will explore why the synergy between technology and sustainability is paramount in her keynote on Tuesday 19th July, 1pm BST.
She reveals how companies can focus on enabling efficiency for their workforce alongside creating value and improving customer experience. Establishing this is dependent on not only technology, but strategy and culture too. Innovating responsibly to ensure a sustainable future also rests on this fusion.
Grasso will discuss why hyper-converged infrastructure is a compelling step towards achieving a sustainable future and why we must all work together to facilitate it. Digital technology innovation must be human led she argues. After all, is innovation worth anything if it does not ensure a sustainable future?
Tune into the future keynote series to uncover societal and technology trends. Learn how smart organisations can unlock IoT use cases and use technology to innovate sustainably. As well as having access to the presentations, you'll also unlock additional content.
For more information head to www.thenexttechreality.com
This article was funded by Lenovo.