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posted in August 2018
If you are losing sleep over concerns about how to implement intelligent automation in your organization, you aren't alone.
Organizations need to understand which U.S. sales and marketing practices are allowed under GDPR, and which are not.
As virtual, augmented, and mixed reality technologies get ready for the enterprise, the enterprise has to get ready for digital reality.
Democratization through machine learning and knowledge-sharing tools is expanding data science capabilities to more and more "citizens” in the broader working community.
Implementing sports betting isn't just about legality but about data and building out the software to support oddsmaking, new types of betting, and financial requirements.
Imagine how your next client will react when you maintain your original project timeline or close to it.
Recent tech advances, such as human-sounding AI tools, highlight why companies have to establish ethical standards in the use of AI.
Cross-departmental collaboration and design thinking are critical to next-generation AI success.
There's much more to implementing Robotic Process Automation than plugging in a software package. It's about the business as much as technology.
Companies may have to adopt a multi-faceted approach to adding the data science skillsets that they need to succeed in business.
Formalized customer engagement programs are ideal for gathering input to product development, validating corporate strategies and deepening relationships with key customers.
Technology steps up to take on the global fake news challenge.
The pendulum has swung in the software business, with customers demanding vertical market expertise rather than general-purpose software.
An effective center of excellence can help IT leaders accelerate their organizations’ automation efforts to yield bottom-line results.
Focus on roles, not job titles within a Scrum team.
Yes, there are ways for Blockchain applications to be compliant with the European Union's GDPR privacy regulations.
Digital transformation isn't just some technology project. It requires that an organization rethink its business model and how it serves the customer.
Putting engineers to the test keeps everyone sharp and prepared for the unexpected.