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Why security matters: Lessons from Data Privacy Day 2018

Unless data privacy is your lifeblood, you’ve probably never heard of Data Privacy Day.  It’s not publicized nearly enough (in my opinion), and to be truly vigilant about data privacy and security, it will surely take more than one day out of the year to learn about it.  However, I am thankful for the one […]

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HIMSS18 Survivor Kit Part 3 – Food for Thought: Nutrition, Caffeine and Sleep

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Is AI smart enough to accurately measure an employee’s value?

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are supposed to help enterprises become more efficient by streamlining processes and taking over tasks currently performed by those unfocused, … [Continue Reading]

Data masking for GDPR: A force for positive change

If the words General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are enough to get your pulse racing, you are not alone. The GDPR, due to come into force on 25 May this year, is going to have a significant, … [Continue Reading]

The evolution of AI: Are chatbots driving a new customer experience?

We’ve all had our frustrations dealing with a telco, bank, utility, insurance company or other large organisation when trying to get information, complete a transaction, or request service. Typically, … [Continue Reading]

Managing information flow: How much is enough?

Controlling the flow of information for projects, programs and portfolios is a key core competency of a program manager. Too much information, and tasks can spiral out of control, meetings can … [Continue Reading]

For workers in the digital economy, staying still is falling behind

The introduction of computers, the internet, wireless networks, social media and smartphones and other mobile devices into the enterprise world dramatically changed how organizations conducted … [Continue Reading]

Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider program vs. Microsoft Enterprise Agreement: Which fits your cloud journey better?

Innovation and digital transformation are driving the shift to cloud. Analyst research shows that interest in public cloud migration has steadily increased by a rate of almost two thirds each year … [Continue Reading]

Is the end of the traditional data center in sight?

We all know that the cloud is growing at the expense of server rooms and data centers. But Cisco predicts in its Cisco Global Cloud Index that by 2021 "hyperscale data centers" will represent 53 … [Continue Reading]

Elevate in-store shopping and build customer intimacy with geomatics

When your core business is to sell, sell, sell, you need to know what and why your customers want to buy. Online retailers have proven quite adept at getting to know their customers’ whats and whys. … [Continue Reading]

10 security predictions for 2018

Cyber security isn’t getting any easier. Criminals are getting more sophisticated. Damages are growing more serious. And attacks are becoming more common. Yet far too many IT and cyber security … [Continue Reading]

“Voice first” as the new brand culture

There has been no greater sugar rush in business recently than the tsunami of voice-enabled devices appearing both at the consumer and B2B level. Those who bought in early thought the Alexa “skill” of … [Continue Reading]

Greyscales of confidence

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