Viscom : achieves annual forecast for 2020 in difficult market environment

In today’s security climate, NetOps and SecOps teams are witnessing increased attack surface area as applications and workloads move far beyond the boundaries of their data center. These applications/workloads move to, and reside in multi-cloud architecture, adding complexity to connectivity, visibility, and control. In the multi-cloud world, the SecOps teamsContinue Reading

A Web3.0 ecosystem outlook for 2023: A nation building vision

By Sumit Gupta India’s Web3 industry is on a mission – making India a global hub for Web3, blockchain, and crypto innovation over the next five years. The industry has the potential to contribute over $1 trillion to support India in achieving its goal of becoming a$5 trillion economy. WhileContinue Reading

Ademola Adebise, CEO, Wema bank

Ademola Adebise has over 30 years’ experience in the banking industry (inclusive of four years in management consulting) and has worked in various capacities including in Information Technology, Financial Control and Strategic Planning, before rising to the CEO position at Wema bank. As he leaves this role, he shares insightsContinue Reading

Building & Construction Plastics Market

Building & Construction Plastics Market Worldwide Building & Construction Plastics Market In-depth Research Report 2021, Forecast to 2026 is the latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market risk side analysis, highlighting opportunities, and leveraging with strategic and tactical decision-making support. The report provides information on market trendsContinue Reading

Global Building & Construction Plastics Market

Global Building & Construction Plastics Market Global building & construction plastics market size was valued at USD 102.23 billion in 2017. It is anticipated to witness a CAGR of 7.3% from 2018 to 2025. With strategic analysis, micro and macro market trend and scenario, pricing analysis, and a comprehensive summaryContinue Reading

In Indianapolis, Building A Community Food Ecosystem In An ‘Apartheid Zone’

Corporate food giants have abandoned Indianapolis’ Northeast Corridor. In their stead, a movement for food sovereignty is seeing progress. This article was co-published by Prism and Next City as part of our Solutions for Economic Equity partnership, highlighting how low-income and marginalized BIPOC communities are cultivating, building, and seizing economicContinue Reading

Building a more supportive environment for LGBTQ+ staff

This article originally appeared in issue 33 of IT Pro 20/20, available here. To sign up to receive each new issue in your inbox, click here With diversity becoming more of a priority for many tech businesses, it’s easy to fall into the trap of putting on a show rather than putting inContinue Reading