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The digital era has taken the phenomenon of the virtualization of technological resources to the last extreme, reaching the abstraction of the logical layer of the physical infrastructure that supports them, managing it as if it were software. Agility, flexibility and cost savings are the dissuasive keys that technological solutions “Defined by Software” (SDx) offer to organizations.
In today’s cyberthreat landscape, organizations understand the need to incorporate Cybersecurity into their corporate and operational strategy, paying special attention to disaster recovery, cyber-resilience and continuity. The latter is understood as the continuity of the organization’s operations, which are increasingly dependent on information systems.
The insurance industry is committed to improving the experience of its customers by investing in innovation and disruptive technologies, competing to provide the best attention and service to the user. In a booming market, companies in the sector find in digital trends the best way to achieve success. Chatbots, Smart Contracts, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence are its main bets.
Learnability or the “ability of people to actively and consciously develop their own talent” has become the main challenge for organisations and their professionals, in the face of the demands for constant adaptation that mark the current pace of Learning&Development (L&D).
The escalation of cyberattacks to IoT devices makes companies aware and invest in resources to bet on a new strategy and tools that allow them to shield the security of their information systems, especially in the area of data privacy, as well as other assets of value linked to their production processes.
Studies recently published by Gartner and Forbes highlight the decisive role played by the study and prediction of demand in the survival of the business in the retail sector. Implementing IA-based solutions is the answer.