Blockchain technology and artificial intelligence have both been overhyped and this has driven people to avoid them or implement them poorly. Here’s how we can do better.
As people moved online during the COVID-19 pandemic, it soon became clear that we weren’t readily prepared for a virtual place of work.
Through emerging technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence, we can secure and analyse patient data to enable better healthcare processes.
Innovating could be the only way that companies survive in a post-COVID world. As the way we live and work transforms, companies will need to adapt.
Today, in industries all around the world, businesses need to save costs, implement digital transformation and increase efficiency at every turn.
The best testament to our ability to adapt comes along when we’re forced to do so. Businesses around the globe are proving this now more than ever.
Our foray into new tech is now a head-first into forced innovation. Here’s how the next 10 years could look if it keeps up.
These are frightening times that affect all of us, but there are silver linings to the coronavirus pandemic: it’s changing the way we work and think.
Technology is allowing us to communicate in the same way we would in an office – just without the risk. Find out how.