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posted in June 2019
The answer is multifaceted, but two of the biggest reasons for employee turnover in tech are lack of scope for career development and flat salaries.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to becoming AI-ready, but the building blocks for maximizing its value over the long term are already available.
IT leaders can close the digital gap by taking product, customer, inventory, invoice and other information and make it a more modern user experience.
Technology and cultural readiness are needed for organizations to master artificial intelligence and robotic process automation in the workplace.
Chief information officers stand at the forefront of how companies make and adapt to technological change. Here are four takeaways from the MIT CIO Symposium that they should keep in mind.
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IT leaders should keep in mind that a good data analytics design starts with understanding how data is being used within their enterprise organizations.
Turn sales professionals into their own data masters. Help them organize disparate data, which can lead to intelligence and actionable insights.
Is transhumanism our destiny? One thing that everyone seems to agree on is the inherent risk to humanity when (or if) it happens. And that we should be scared.
CIOs must focus on smarter workplace experiences with technologies such as artificial intelligence and digital assistants -- or risk being left behind.
Will ‘charging’ become as foreign as going to the phone booth? The next decade filled with AI and other emerging technologies will show us the answer.
Take these three steps to start building a privacy program that will help you satisfy the privacy regulators and your customers. 2020 is just around the corner.