By René J. Aerdts, Chief Technologist, Automation and HP Fellow
Continuous innovation is critical to the survival of any organization. Somebody out there always has a better idea. And the low costs of entry to do almost anything mean your solutions are more vulnerable than ever before to becoming irrelevant.
Forget about the obvious market challenges. To survive, enterprises need to prepare for unseen threats. Why?
Do you remember the Melissa virus, which infected many desktops about 10 years ago? I unfortunately was a victim of this virus and I lived to tell the tale.