Schneider Electric is more than 180 years old, and we’ve pivoted several times. We started in iron and steel, and now we are providing energy and automation digital solutions for efficiency and sustainability.
313 million surgical procedures take place every year. Only 6 percent occur in the world’s poorest nations. For impoverished Africans, a floating hospital brings hope and healing to the forgotten poor.
Tresor, a 10-year-old Cameroon boy. a fire that left scars across his body and denied him the use of his arm.
Assiatou, an 18-year-old woman with a dream. a car accident that left her unable to walk without pain.
Emmanuel, a baby born to loving parents. a tumor with the potential to kill.
Technology has the power to unlock amazing new possibilities for our customers and the world. Through pro bono service learning, we translate the incredible potential of digital transformation from the corporate sector to our communities. Recently, I was fortunate to see this potential unfold—and watch a community transform.
by Cliff Henson, Sr. VP Global Supply Chain, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
The triple blows from hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria in the United States were a wake-up call to many businesses on the importance of managing and predicting supply chain risks.
While the long-term impacts of these disasters are still unclear, operations across the country were immediately disrupted as factories and business shut down, transportation came to a standstill, and fuel prices skyrocketed. Yet the impacts were far less disruptive compared to even one or two years ago thanks to the adaptability that new digital technologies provide.
The electricity industry is undergoing significant change, and complex interrelationships across the entire energy ecosystem pose challenges to power leaders everywhere. The digital transformation can provide companies with unprecedented insights, new capabilities and innovative business models to address these challenges—but how do organizations best leverage the power of digitalization?
With digital transformation, students can learn more and faculty can research in new ways, in new places, with new connections to resources around the world. Cisco is leading the digital transformation in education with visionary solutions that enable students to learn without limits.
The IoT, or Internet of Things, has achieved celebrity status today. It seems everywhere we turn, “everybody wants to get into the act” (1). IoT partnerships, products, strategies, visions, and pontifications are rolling out in rapid succession across many industries. In general this is positive. The IoT holds great promise as a means for us all to be better stewards of the planet, and its people.