With the prospect of restrictions easing on the horizon, the focus turns to what type of working environment employees expect to return to from the comfort of their own home.
By Jake Werner, People Analytics Lead, North America, SplashBI
Artificial intelligence (AI) and human intelligence have always been inherently intertwined. AI was born from studies into the inner workings of the human brain.
By Ian Jeffs, General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Lenovo UK and Ireland
The technology is there to not only support remote workers, but to help them excel. Time is ticking, however, for the companies refusing to accept and establish a better style of working, now and tomorrow.
By Callum Adamson, CEO and Co-founder, Distributed
What does disruption mean to you? In the pre-pandemic days of 2019, disruption was the dream; in business it was a byword for innovation, transformation, dreaming big.
By Gary Harrold, CEO UK & Ireland, Swiss Post Solutions.
Just over a year ago COVID-19 swept across the globe, forcing changes across our personal and working lives. Without a doubt, one of the biggest impacts to organisations was the shift to remote work – forever changing the future of workforce engagement.
By Clément Wehrung, Product Strategist, Fuze.
Sudheer Matta, Vice President Product Management AI Driven Enterprise, Juniper Networks, shares some insights from the company’s recent virtual summit – Driven By Experience. A key theme was the importance of using a combination of data and AI, including AIOps, to help improve network resilience, reliability, security and, ultimately, performance.
Craig Stewart, Chief Technology Officer at SnapLogic, provides some fascinating insights as to how a combination of data and AI and Machine Learning is already providing major benefits across all industry sectors, not least in helping organisations to address major sustainability challenges; and also in allowing many businesses to capitalise on the IoT opportunity. In summary, Craig believes that few, if any, companies can afford to ignore the advantages of increased data literacy.
Addigy’s Founder and CEO, Jason Dettbarn, explains how Apple devices are attracting increasing levels of security attacks, and what measures the company takes to counter these threats, as well as outlining how Addigy can help its customers to be confident and secure when using its Apple-based solutions.
Mike West, CEO of Digital Infrastructure Advisors Ltd (DIAL), outlines the company’s comprehensive data centre service – business advice, legal services, technical and design – alongside what he believes is an overdue, major focus on cybersecurity. In simple terms, Mike thinks that there needs to be more industry-wide understanding and planning around ‘what happens if a data centre goes down thanks to a cyber attack’.
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