At a conference in China, Alibaba CEO Jack Ma proclaimed we are just decades away from a robot CEO revolution. He backed that claim up shortly after via a television interview with CNN, predicting that, in 30 years, a robot would grace the cover of Time Magazine.
Tech and Innovation
The movie Ready Player One is an example of how we could live in a virtual reality world. But how far off are we from achieving such a lifestyle? And what would the business landscape look like?
A data controller determines the purpose and means of processing personal data, whereas a data processor is responsible for processing data on behalf of the controller.
In an ideal world, everyone would be using green energy, and we’d all love to reduce our carbon footprints. Here, we explore how doing just that can go hand-in-hand with a business’ bottom line.
At a time when the next generation of graduates enter the workplace, companies are facing an ongoing challenge of creating a technological environment that not only enables new recruits to fulfil their potential but improve the efficiency of the business as well.
It is easier than it ever has been to run a business – there are more tools and technology available, it’s just a matter of finding the right ones to give your business a boost.
Rafael Cortes, Foehn head of marketing, explains why you need the right supplier as well as the right system and how DevOps should be included in your appraisal.
Why are some SMEs still snoozing in the face of cybersecurity shortcomings? Matt Burton, chief client officer for Ignata discusses how good cybersecurity protocols win business.
Paul Rosenthal, founder of Appstractor, takes a closer look at the security risk to businesses caused by employees side-stepping cyber protocols, failing to configure or install software correctly.
Numerous centuries-old, traditional sectors have been shaken-up due to at least one disruptor. From financial services to healthcare, new technology is inspiring ingenious solutions to old problems and attracting ambitious entrepreneurs with big ideas.
With ransomware attacks affecting more and more UK organisations, Richard Blanford asks why many owners remain too afraid to accept that their firm’s IT systems may not be up to scratch.
Machine learning and AI could help small business owners solve issues of efficiency, operational costs, and compliance, whilst opening the door for further innovation, writes VP of general business and channels at multinational software firm SAP, Ian Wahlers.