November 8th, 2018
When Unisys chose to open up a significant operation in Augusta Georgia in 2015, it was with both purpose and vision. Our purpose was to choose an area that not only would serve our associates, but one where Unisys and our associates could serve the area.
Life Sciences and Healthcare
October 31st, 2018
The pharmaceutical supply chain is in a state of disruption. Drugs intended to help, heal, and save are being compromised every day – and the patients who depend on them are the ones who suffer. Technology offers a way to address the security and visibility risks that prevent valuable pharmaceuticals from reaching their intended market. Blockchain, in particular, holds the keys to the supply chain revolution.
Ann Sung Ruckstuhl
October 24th, 2018
In evaluating the data from the 2018 Unisys Security Index™, which we have just released today, the 2018 Unisys Security Index results show that security concerns remain rampant around the world – in fact, concerns globally among individuals are high and holding.
October 19th, 2018
From 20 October 2018, 500 competitors from 18 nations will take part in 11 medal sports as part of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 for wounded, injured and ill service men and women, both active duty and veterans.
October 18th, 2018
The role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK economy is tremendous. In fact, 99 percent of businesses in the UK qualify as SMEs and bring in approximately £200 billion a year for the UK economy.
Denise Winkler and Mark Forman
October 11th, 2018
The opportunities for digital engagement in today’s world are endless and the child welfare field should explore every possibility. In child welfare, technology can now replace paperwork with tools that make it easier to communicate with children, capturing key information needed to understand the situation and protect those at risk. Other digital tools can make it easier to create and maintain the life records so important to the care, development and well-being of children.
October 10th, 2018
How can governments shift their business models—without disrupting service—to achieve efficiencies and improve services while reducing costs? The “rip and replace” initiatives of the past 15 years had very high failure rates. Recent research on large institutions, including government, indicates that the emerging models will be enabled by a technical architecture that is a hybrid of two models—analog and digital; integrating long proven, reliable data and application modules with user-design focused digital enabled business processes. This is the essential shifting from “e-government” to the era of the “digital citizen.”
October 9th, 2018
Of the millions of people, organizations and activities comprising our world today, which ones represent potential threats that merit interdiction? Selecting the wrong ones wastes precious resources and impedes lawful activities. But the consequences of overlooking real threats is even worse. The public expects to be kept 100% safe against such threats, but has little tolerance for intrusive intervention into their own lawful activities. Dealing with this “Catch 22” is a key challenge for all enforcement agencies – whether law enforcement, border enforcement, child protection, taxation, or others charged with protecting the public.
October 8th, 2018
Technology adoption is now frequently driven by the end user instead of IT. When consumers buy technology for their homes or for personal use, they soon expect to be able to use similar technology in the workplace—and IT needs to be ready. We saw this trend start with the iPhone, and we’ll see it continue as new technologies and devices emerge.
Dr. Glen E. Newton
October 8th, 2018
It’s October 31, and you doze off while watching Halloween, waiting for trick-or-treaters to arrive.