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The Age of Accelerated Delivery

Accelerated delivery of technology solutions is not just possible, it is now the standard — with both businesses and consumers seeing the benefits. Since its earliest forms, technology has existed as both opportunity and solution, and humanity has come to rely on it as such. Although in modern times, our relationship with technology sometimes looks […]

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The Frontend Is Broken

One of the most sweeping changes to be ushered into our lives in the digital age is the ease with which new products, websites and apps can be created and released. There’s incredible value in the way organisations can leverage technology to address acute, specific or emerging needs of customers quickly. However, there is also a growing […]

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What It Means to Be a Digital-First Organisation

Companies are pushing past failed ideas of digital transformation to understand what being digital-first really means. If the need for organisations to go digital was ever in question, the events of 2020 decisively ended that debate. The effective digital delivery of services and a consistent customer experience to match are table stakes for any business […]

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3 Insights into Strategic Digital Transformation

Now well past its buzzword beginnings, digital transformation is a key enabler of the dynamic business development leading the charge into 2020. With 97 percent of IT decision-makers involved in digital transformation strategy and 40 percent of all technology spending going toward such projects, it’s safe to say the digital sea change has come ashore. Still, digital […]

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The Case for Connection in the Digital Age

The spread of modern technology and its ability to provide us with instant information and communication has transformed our world. Everything from friendship and entertainment to education and industry looks different in the Digital Age. Yet, for all the widespread benefits of this transformation, we’re only beginning to recognize the potential downsides and their effects […]

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How to Catch Up in the Robotics Revolution

In 1961, workers in the General Motors plant in West Trenton, New Jersey, stood back and watched as a robotic arm lifted pieces of scalding hot metal from a die casting machine—a modest movement that previously posed a very real health and safety risk to the workers. The machine was called Unimate, built seven years […]

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Prioritizing Data Visibility in a Security-Focused World

Compliance, performance, efficiency—it can be tough to prioritize goals within a global data management strategy. Depending on your yearly objectives, regulatory demands, and market opportunities, data quality and security can seem more urgent, complicated, or beneficial in widely varying ways. Continually developing technologies, like cloud-based services and process automation, have enabled multinational companies to recognise the […]

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One Artist’s Scientific Method

Fabian Oefner exposes beautiful unseen moments of daily life Fabian Oefner’s work catches your attention. Check out any of his vivid psychedelic images, and you never know what you’ll see. Maybe it’s a coral reef glowing fluorescent below the surface of the sea. Or an inky black sky filled with stars. Some might see a […]

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What Payroll Looks Like in the ‘Best Countries for Business’

Since 2007 the industry-leading business magazine Forbes has ranked the world’s largest economies in order of business friendliness. The annual report draws on data available from multiple renowned sources to evaluate 161 countries according to 15 different factors ranging from taxes and technology to personal freedom. To create their 2019 list of the Best Countries for […]

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Exploring “Impossible” Science

CyTOF and mass-tag barcoding let Eli Zunder ask more questions and find new answers “There are so many different things we want to know about every cell,” says Eli Zunder, PhD and stem cell biologist at Stanford. “And I always want to measure more—more transcription factors, more cell signaling molecules, more cell surface proteins, with […]