Human + Machine partnerships are becoming even more critical and seeing greater investment and adoption as COVID-19 forces companies to innovate and digitally transform businesses faster to stay profitable and meet customers where they are.
If you’re still looking for ways to boost employee engagement in your idea management program, we have three easy ways to generate fresh discussion and new creativity.
Let’s take a look at the areas of business that could see the biggest impact from implementing immersive technologies.
How can businesses pandemic-proof their business operations? Let’s explore some of the processes companies should implement today to prepare for the future of work.
The current business landscape is challenging even for organizations that traditionally support remote work. COVID-19 is forcing entire organizations to adapt to a distributed workforce, and their physical infrastructure is hard-pressed to keep up. Cloud computing may well be the answer, for several reasons.
As more workers are now working at home, companies need to think about protecting data and the systems that are required to do so. Here are 5 tips for protecting data in the time of work from home and COVID-19.
As companies look to lean towards more AI adoption, better planning will be a critical requirement. Let’s take a look at what we can expect.
A few months ago, Big Tech was not doing so well. But then COVID-19 changed the storyline. Are we watching a Big Tech revival?
Zoho is taking a bold stance on privacy that will set them apart from other B2B vendors. Will their gamble pay off? Let’s explore.
Companies are starting to use emotional recognition technology for recruitment. But we know the results should not be accepted without further research. It simply isn’t fair for us to judge other people for what they’re feeling—especially if, as the science shows, we actually don’t know.