With two months to go before the deadline, how to navigate the different projects being carried out in line with the approaching GDPR? Obvious issues, such as opportunities to stand out from the crowd in terms of customer relations, or even to get ahead as an industry forerunner, should be prioritised. Read on for more. Continue reading
Is copying startups all it takes to effectively transform and innovate? However appealing the image of a young company with unbridled success may be, the reality is obviously much more complex, but taking a leaf out of their book is certainly the best way to move forward. Continue reading
Consulting agency, Gartner, has published a threatening report: by 2020, Artificial intelligence could replace skilled professionals in the fields of medicine, law or IT. But this technology won’t only be useful for repetitive or time consuming tasks, it will also have its uses in skilled professions where the added value usually lies within human intelligence. Continue reading
A major concern for the last thirty years, artificial intelligence is getting a new lease of life this year. Thanks to the combined action of powerful machines, high-performance algorithms and the creation of exponential data, artificial intelligence can finally reach its full potential. Continue reading
A growing number of enterprises are choosing to migrate their information and applications onto the cloud. Whether they opt for a “lift and shift” or “re-platforming” approach, business adoption of the cloud is moving faster and wider than ever.
Businesses have quickly discovered that relying on a single cloud solution might not be sufficient to meet their future needs. In 2018, their strategy will be more focused on following a cloud-based model. Gartner foresees that by 2019, the multi-cloud approach will become the norm for 70% of businesses in contrast to 10% today. Continue reading
Amazon has designed a futuristic wristband that tracks workers movements across its sprawling warehouses and alerts them when it is time for a break. Continue reading
Cities of the future are being developed around you, leading to more efficiencies and conveniences, but they will require local and national support to continue connecting the needs of their residents. Continue reading
Intensified competition (the rise in online banking, fintech, regtech, etc.), the arrival of millennials on the labour market as well as changes in customer bases are making the French banking sector far more complex and driving traditional banks to undergo major transformations.
For the past few months, these organisations have been shaking things up and embarking on New Ways of Working: the change has begun. Continue reading
Earlier this year, the world’s largest container shipping company Maersk fell victim to a massive ransomware attack from the infamous NotPetya malware. The software went on to infect systems on an international scale, affecting all types of industry including construction and manufacturing. Continue reading
The first thing we must understand is that the term “artificial intelligence” (AI) has been happily taken over by the digital marketing establishment. It is a means to simplify developing the marketing materials that they view as essential to drumming up business. It leads ordinary people like you and me down the path of looking at AI as the development of a race of machines, robots if you will, that will be as smart if not smarter than us. That is a disturbing thought for most to the extent that some people view AI as a prelude to the apocalypse. Continue reading