Tag: information management
Why Regulating AI Is Going to Be a Challenge
The US government formed a high-powered committee to oversee the ethical development of AI. But regulation is going to be difficult. Here's why.
Should Information Management Focus on the Customer or Risk?
Information management professionals gave our collective efforts a C grade last year. What can we do to improve that grade?
Why the Process Mining Market Is Heating Up
Microsoft's recent buy of Minit process mining underlines the importance of getting processes right — and why digital leaders are starting to pay attention.
It's Time to Re-evaluate Your Cybersecurity Strategy
Organizations should take a closer look at their risk profile and update security measures in light of hybrid work and mounting cybersecurity threats.
Current and Future Uses of Digital Twins Across Industries
Digital twins are now being used across various industries to simulate real-world scenarios. But do they also hold the key to the metaverse?
You've Recorded Your Online Meeting: Now What?
Recording online meetings has become default behavior. Determine what to do with these recordings now before the lack of governance comes back to haunt you.
What the Next Few Years Hold for Enterprise Content Management
We have all the components. So why aren’t we in a good place with true enterprise content management?
How Security Technology Enables the Digital Workplace
With the hybrid work model likely to become more common in the future, there are major security issues that will need to be overcome.
Sinequa Introduces Cloud-Native Enterprise Search Platform
The Paris-based company's Search Cloud aims to put enterprise search tools in the hands of more employees via cloud-based applications.
Virtual Is Real or Real Is Virtual? The Metaverse Game Begins
Without humanizing the experience, the metaverse will remain a mesh of cold technologies, creating a playground for a small tribe of nerds.
A Zero Trust Security Primer
At a time when remote work dominates, assets are stored in the cloud and threats from bad actors increase daily, zero trust offers an extra layer of protection.
Why Web3 and Web 3.0 Are Not the Same
While the terms Web3 and Web 3.0 are often interchanged, they are not at all the same. Here's how they differ and why it's important to get it straight.
Files.com Acquires ExaVault to Boost File Automation and Integration
Files.com today announced an acquisition of ExaVault, aimed at boosting its file automation and integration offerings.
Extending Data Science Skills Across the Organization
For data science to truly change an organization, it can’t be left up to just the data scientists.
Microsoft Azure Competes With AWS, Google Buys Security Specialist Mandiant & More News
Vendors take a hard look at cybersecurity as the European crisis continues, plus Box and IBM upgrade security offerings & low-code vendor Blink raises cash.
AI Is Not Coming for Jobs Just Yet
AI may soon no longer need humans to program other AI, but it remains a long way from taking over software development from humans. Here's why.
The Impact of Privacy Regulations on Digital Workplace Technology
Vast amounts of employee data fuel the digital workplace. It's past time for organizations to re-examine their approach to privacy regulations like GDPR.
How Low Code and the Creator Economy Drive Efficiency
Low code is increasingly being used to support the development of citizen engineers to, ultimately, improve processes with limited investment.
Meta Provides Details on Its Metaverse Plans, SAP and Asana Debut Automation Features & More News
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg demonstrated new AI features, HPE upgraded its 5G, Asana debuted new workflow automation features and more digital workplace news.
Intelligent Process Automation Pushes the Boundaries of Business Process Automation
Intelligent process automation is different from the workflow automation of the early 2000s in several key areas. Learn more about what sets IPA apart from RPA.