Risk & Responsibility: Is Your Corporate Board Prepared?

Those of you who know me or have been students of mine know that I constantly rant about the supreme importance of knowing and understanding the client’s business, in order to intelligently comprehend and appreciate the risks the business faces. Well, the same goes for the board of directors. Obtaining an understanding of the company’s …

Getting your GRC into the hands of decision makers

“Risk Culture – the values, beliefs, knowledge, attitudes and understanding about risk shared by a group of people with a common purpose.” Institute of Risk Management To successfully influence risk culture, we need great structural mechanisms or formal arrangements that support strong risk management practices in our systems, policies, procedures, and governance – and – …

How to make the most of the 5G opportunity, securely

Organizations everywhere are talking about the exciting potential of 5G technology. 5G is set to change the way we connect people, processes and assets over public or private networks. But it’s not only organizations that are anticipating the possibilities – businesses can also expect cyber attackers to be poised to respond. It’s critical, therefore, that …

Telecoms and Artificial Intelligence

Telecommunication companies face growing demand from clients for better customer experience as well as a wider range of digitalized products and services. By leveraging AI solutions, telecoms can benefit from the vast amounts of user data collected over years of operations. Such data is observed from devices, networks, user profiles, geolocations, mobile applications, service and …

Zoom was Ready when the World Needed a Video Conferencing. So What’s Next?

Both in the corporate world and private world, video conferencing has been around much longer than the wide applications implemented during the coronavirus pandemic. Take, for example, FaceTime on an iPhone; years prior to the need for us to communicate via video, we’ve had the option to do so on our smartphones and other devices. …

Completely New and Free, Video Conferencing Service: Here’s Why

Earlier in September, we introduced 8×8 Video Meetings, an HD video conferencing and collaboration service that integrates with Virtual Office. Today’s news is that we are introducing a new standalone edition. What’s more, we’re offering it 100% free! Unlike other free offerings in the market, the service is not a limited-time free trial but a …

8 Business Benefits of Video Conferencing

Video conferencing provides organizations endless incentives. The technology can be secure, cost-effective, and scalable, whether it includes remote employees, partnerships between departments and locations, interviews with job applicants or manages suppliers. Through this post, we discuss more thoroughly the ten practical benefits of video conferencing and its implementations.  It’s More Engaging than Audio Conferencing Audio …

Future-proofing warehouse space with environmental technology

A disruptive period has proven challenging for many and that’s no different for retailers and their backroom staff. During the 2020 pandemic, we’ve seen shift in purchasing behaviour and consumer demand, which has ultimately obstructed the retail market as we know it. To deal with this mounting pressure, we’ve highlighted how decision makers can future-proof …

Possible applications of AI in logistics

Artificial intelligence is considered a key technology with far-reaching effects on the national economy and competitiveness. Areas of application for the technology include predictive logistics, smart warehouses and robotics. Artificial intelligence (AI) is on everyone’s lips as a technology of the future. Based on self-learning algorithms, AI can already be found in many everyday applications …

Impact Of Teleradiology On Health Care

Teleradiology is the most mature and rapidly evolving branch of telemedicine. It uses computers and telecommunication networks to transmit diagnostic images and data from one location to another for primary review and interpretation as well as specialist consultation. HISTORY One review claims that the first reference to telemedicine in medical literature can be traced back …