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BPM Significance and Beyond

What exactly is a business process? A process represents all of the activities or operations required to achieve a specific goal or outcome as well as the logical sequence in which these activities must occur. The sum of your processes forms the operational system that keeps your business running. The more effective your processes are, […]

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SEO Keyword Effectiveness 2023

You can’t use your SEO marketing strategy if you’re not using the right keywords. However, keywords are much more than just words related to your brand. With our guide to Keyword Research, you’ll have the knowledge and resources to select the best keywords for your business and brand.       Why should you perform […]

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Machine Learning Vs Generative AI

Machine learning is a technique for teaching artificial intelligence (AI) systems to carry out tasks by exposing them to data and permitting them to learn from it. It entails training a model on a dataset and then using the trained model for predicting or make a decision based on emerging inputs. Machine learning can be […]

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Redefining our relationship with The Cloud

Breaking free from the legacy understanding of how cloud computing should work is the first barrier that businesses must cross in order to realise this potential in 2023 and beyond. Cloud integrations can be extremely sophisticated from an operational perspective in many cases. Businesses have integrated multi-cloud solutions, containerization, and continuing to improve AI/ML algorithms […]

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Enterprise Internet immersion

The metaverse has progressed from technology to (lucrative) toy on its way to enterprise tool. Over the next few years, virtual interfaces will most likely progress from technology to toy to tool as businesses build business models around the capabilities afforded by an unlimited reality. Innovative businesses are more likely to cut costs, increase customer […]

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Metaverse and Web3

Web3 and the Metaverse are shaping a new internet application layer. How can leaders better comprehend this evolution and its implications for businesses, organisations, and society? In the same way that we use standardised protocols and devices to interact with digital experiences on the internet, Web3’s promises could help enable consistency and interoperability across metaverse […]

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Future of Business Intelligence. 2022 and near future

COVID-19 has accelerated the adoption of cloud and SaaS Business Intelligence  AI and NP are becoming more mainstream and common Data literacy and data-driven cultures are becoming more prevalent  Data discovery is fueled by collaborative and self-service Business Intelligence Data governance should be prioritised by businesses Mobile Business Intelligence tools provide on-the-go analytics Key points: […]

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The rise of IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service

Businesses are beginning to rely on cloud-based services for their computing needs as mobile devices and the Internet of Things become more prevalent. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is one such service that is gaining traction. IaaS provides compute resources on-demand, which can be used to run applications, store data, or both. Increased productivity Execute […]

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What are two of the most serious and common cybersecurity threats today?

Inadequate Employee Training The most serious cybersecurity threat to organisations comes from within. Employee errors, whether intentional or unintentional, are responsible for 88% of data breach occurrences. Data breaches caused by employee error can be attributed to organisations’ lack of security training. Phishing emails, for example, have become a common method of cyberattack in 2022 […]

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The rise of a unified cybersecurity strategy

To mitigate increased cyber risks, investors, clients, suppliers, and employees are demanding better data management and protection, as well as greater cybersecurity accountability and transparency. The responsibility for cybersecurity management no longer rests solely with IT departments, but rather with the entire organisation. We argue that cybersecurity programming and planning should involve all of the […]

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