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Prediction: The future of analytics is everyone’s game Special

Data analytics can help to find new insights and develop new products, both of which are key to many businesses growing and surviving. Recent advances in technology have made making more use of analytics a must for 2021.

COVID-19 pandemic has made firms more vulnerable to cyberattack

While the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed organizations to accelerate their digital transformation efforts this has also ultimately increased the size and complexity of their attack surface management, leading to security risks.

Q&A: What has the pandemic taught us about security priorities? Special

A crisis, like the one on the scale of the novel coronavirus, reshapes business priorities and exposes vulnerabilities. Notably this includes cybersecurity, as a leading expert considers.

Black lives matter: Developing an anti-racist policy for the firm

One of the key issues for society at the moment is racism and counter anti-racism strategies, with issues sparked by the George Floyd killing. For companies, what does a good anti-racist strategy look like?

The new normal? How businesses are adapting to COVID-19

In the retracting economy, essential businesses like supermarkets, PPE manufacturers and healthcare providers have more business than ever out. But what about other businesses? We look at some examples of how companies are adapting.

Data shows how demand is growing for global hybrid tech sectors

The impact of COVID-19 is reshaping business practices and one example of this is with the growth of organizations in the hybrid technology sector. Examples include Edtech, Healthtech, Agritech, and Commstech.

‘Intelligent experiences’ are important for businesses success Special

Intelligent experiences refers to business strategies that span digital platforms and which are sufficiently agile to adjust to users’ omnichannel lifestyles as they jump from one digital platform to the next.

Q&A: Looking into why many digital transformation projects fail Special

Enterprises are faced with the weight of transforming their businesses to deliver productivity needs while ensuring access to their applications and information are protected and compliant. Pulse Secure's Alex Thurber offers some best practice advice.

How the coronavius is disrupting global supply chains Special

The coronavirus is beginning to affect global supply chains and the signs are that more businesses are being affected, not least because the global supply chain has become so intertwined and China's role is crucial. A leading expert provides analysis.

Q&A: Cybersecurity must be a priority in M&A strategies Special

The mergers and acquisitions process is critical. Companies are using different clouds and containers – which add to the complexity. Anurag Kahol provides Digital Journal readers with the main cyber-risks faced by companies undergoing the M&A process.

Q&A: Why most orgs now determine automation to be necessary Special

Businesses are increasingly turning to automation in order to save personnel time and to save the overall organization money. A leading expert explains how businesses cases for return-on-investment and new work opportunities can be structured.

Q&A: 5 steps to simplifying product info management Special

Unified product information is crucial to providing the streamlined, consistent omnichannel interactions required in today’s competitive B2B landscape, as Dietmar Rietsch, CEO of Pimcore explains.

Q&A: Tactics to optimize the mobile customer support experience Special

One often overlooked piece of the customer experience is mobile customer support, but to drive sales business need focus on developing the best mobile experience according to Anand Janefalkar of UJET.

Digital twins technology is changing business process

Digital twins technology presents companies with a significant opportunity to improve products and processes by testing out virtual simulations. We look at three diverse applications of this technology, outlining the advantages to businesses.

Digital transformation is causing C-suite tensions

Digital transformation is not only about technology, it's also about changes of practices which need to diffuse through an organization's culture. This needs to be begin at the top. A new report finds C-suite discord is a block to effective DX processes.

Less than one-third of businesses plan to invest in AI: Survey

Despite the potential that artificial intelligence can deliver, a new survey of IT and business decision makers on automation of applications management and AI-driven technology shows very few business leaders are planning to invest in the technology.

Costs and complexities mount as companies prepare for Brexit

Most companies in the U.K. are facing Brexit challenges, from small enterprises to big corporations. In the context of continuing uncertainty, different companies are having to put in place varying strategies to prepare for the exit from the E.U.

Q&A: Innovations shaping Canadian industry Special

Toronto - Canada is in the midst of an economic shift. New and traditional industries are increasingly being driven by innovation and these advances in technology are shifting the economic landscape at an unprecedented pace.

Digital without purpose will fail

This story is sponsored content from Cognizant. Cognizant (Nasdaq: CTSH) is dedicated to helping the world’s leading companies build stronger businesses — helping them go from doing digital to being digital.

Digital business models help set companies up for future success

Two researchers from the MIT Center for Information Systems Research have developed a framework, in the form of six questions, that can help inform an enterprise’s digital transformation strategy.

Faraday Future's answer to money woes? High-profile hire from BMW

After backing out of a $1.0 billion EV factory project in Nevada last week because of its financial troubles, Faraday Future has made a very high-profile hire, grabbing the head of BMW's Project i electric vehicle team.

Op-Ed: How to identify areas of unrealised profit potential Special

Preparing a profit and loss statement is just the beginning of assessing a business’s profitability, however being able to identify areas of unrealised profit potential and devising strategies to release that potential is where the real work comes in.

Sears Holdings to close over 100 Sears and Kmart stores

Sears Holdings has announced they are looking to close 100 to 120 Sears and Kmart stores due to a large drop in sales over the past year.

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