Something for the Weekend

Thought leadership, opinions, and insights from a technology expert’s perspective for a productive start to your weekend.

New York Giants’ Mathias Kiwanuka tackles the value of playing for others
Touching takeaways from a two-time champion

February 27, 2023
SHI’s Black Culture Collective commemorated Black History Month with lessons from a Giants legend.

Simplifying success with soccer legend Carli Lloyd
Something for the weekend: Mental fortitude secrets from a two-time World Cup champion

February 4, 2022
SHI employees were recently invited to kick off their weekends with two-time World Cup champion Carli Lloyd.

Is your technology strategy optimized for resiliency?
Something for the weekend: what happens when your IT systems fail?

October 15, 2021
Facebook's recent massive outage is a reminder that we should do more to ensure organizational resiliency

How technology delivers on the promise of science fiction
Something for the weekend: sci-fi technologies in everyday life

September 10, 2021
Today’s Something for the Weekend post takes another, more positive look at science fiction

Bridging the physical/digital divide with immersive technologies
Can technology turn us into superhumans?

September 3, 2021
In this week's Something for the Weekend post, we explore how technology could create superhumans.

Finding the light amid pandemic darkness
Something for the weekend: do we really want to go 'back to normal'?

August 27, 2021
Organizations everywhere have thrived during the pandemic by targeting the opportunity in adversity

Something for the Weekend: Does sci-fi tech ever become real?
Has technology lived up to the promise of science fiction?

August 13, 2021
Science fiction offers many different visions of how tech might be used. So how does the reality compare?

Something for the Weekend: Neurodiversity and the skills gap
Could hybrid working allow neurodiversity to solve the post-COVID skills shortage?

August 6, 2021
With many organizations struggling to recruit and retain skilled employees, diversity is key to filling the gaps.

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