Siemens Industrial Edge closes the gap between local and cloud computing.
Atos will support Willis Towers Watson in its digital transformation, including enhancements to the business experiences by moving on-premise infrastructure to the cloud, retiring legacy hardware and software, and shifting to a consumption-based model. In addition, Atos will help reimagine the end-user experience through the use of chatbots, digital lockers and virtual technology bars to help reduce failures and increase automation.
Our society is so polarized not because of politics or social media — but because of our stubborn belief in meritocracy, says philosopher Michael Sandel. Here’s how we need to shift our […]
The Spanish Ministry of Health and AENA choose Atos to manage the health control form process for all passengers flying to Spain
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, has been chosen by the Spanish Ministry of Health and the Spanish airport operator AENA to manage the key health and travel information of all […]
The Coronavirus Outbreak live Latest Updates Maps and Cases Vaccine Tracker Measures to Boost Vaccine Rates Economy The pandemic has made work and social life more accessible for many. People with disabilities […]
The Riviera Maya — an idyllic strip of Caribbean coastline in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, stretching from just south of Cancún all the way to Punta Allen — is Mexico’s […]
The Earth has lost 28 trillion tonnes (approximately 31 trillion U.S. tons) of ice in just 23 years, and the climate crisis is largely to blame. The finding comes in a review […]
Judy Heumann I was born in 1947. And in 1949, there was another polio epidemic and I had polio. When I was 5 years old, my mother took me to school to […]
Humans arrived in North America at least 15,000 years earlier than we thought, discoveries show — which suggests they came by boat
Mads Thomsen Archaeologists have long debated when and how the first people made it to North America from Asia. Researchers previously thought early humans crossed the Bering land bridge from Siberia to […]
Bjarke Ingels Group has unveiled the design for The Plus, a furniture factory for Norwegian urban furniture manufacturer Vestre. The project is expected to become the most sustainable of its kind in the world.