What can the world of gaming teach companies about the cloud? More than you may think. As businesses continue to adopt cloud-based systems, their needs increasingly mimic those of modern gamers. Whether hoping to complete a mythical quest or roll out innovative customer experience, data-fuelled power, speed, and security are the pillars of a successful approach.
Innovation and automation. These two words are reshaping every industry in the world, and dictating the winners and losers in today’s digital market. Leading organizations understand that both concepts are inextricably linked. Automation frees up resources, allowing employees to focus their attention on innovation. Meanwhile, as research shows, innovation is about improving processes and adopting new ways of working, which can then be automated to help the company become more...
The beauty of self-driving cars is that they take you where you want to go while you sit back and enjoy the ride, or use the time to work on other things. Meanwhile, the car’s systems are speaking to each other behind the scenes, ensuring you avoid obstacles, observe all the necessary traffic laws, and take the shortest path to your destination. Connected enterprises are now moving in the same direction. Powered by autonomous technologies, systems and applications speak with...
Research shows that connected data and a successful company are directly related: Those organisations that have seen significant revenue growth (20%+) in their organisation over the last three years are more likely to have completed data protection initiatives, connected systems initiatives, or intelligent automation initiatives, than those organisations that have witnessed a decline in that same time.
It's a win-win situation in its best sense: Migrating to the cloud, while doing good for society – a German food charity is doing just that. While this may set a precedent for other NGOs, each organisation – whether big or small – must find its own data model and ensure that the asset is always available, trusted, and secure.
Different people need and work with different data. Having an understanding of the different datasets that exist across an organisation and the characteristics and quality of the data that could be used to train and run AI systems is key, not just to unlocking the insights and power from data that exists, but also to realising the full potential of the latest data-driven technologies.
Gone are the days when an IT department alone was able to protect a company’s systems. Given the enormous risk, fending off cyber criminals must be of central concern to all employees, from the receptionist to the CEO. But that brings its own risks, which can be curtailed by emerging technologies.