In a post-COVID world, data will be incredibly important, and interoperability even more vital. Across nascent technologies, such as blockchain, there is massive potential for ensuring that platforms enable data interoperability. Yet it often goes unexplored. Lack of...
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On a global scale, companies need to adopt smart data practices, utilising AI for better data analysis. However, smart data solutions out there are lacking.
To optimise fuel tax credit claims, and avoid unnecessary costs, it’s absolutely vital that fleet companies implement effective fuel tracking software.
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.
As blockchain technology has come more into the public eye, it has faced extreme hype. We’ve changed the way we look at blockchain in 2020. Here’s how.
Around the world, companies are losing millions of dollars to unexplained fuel loss, yet companies are forced to accept it as a cost of business.