“By linking primary research to big data, we can improve the robustness and practicality of foundational frameworks like segmentation. We can even create predictive algorithms that increase the precision of go-to-market strategies and initiatives.”
Many business leaders have a much better understanding of blockchain technology than just a couple of years ago. There’s been a surge in R&D, both internally and in partnership with third parties, and a recognition that blockchain has the potential to be deployed in a variety of commercial use cases.
The new infrastructure can expand the number of threat vectors, rendering smart utilities vulnerable to cyber attacks. Maintaining resilient electrical power generation and transmission — as well as water distribution and treatment — are key to protecting the public utility environment.
The combination of automation and cryptography produces a variety of enterprise use cases that are attractive to a wide range of industries. This study forecasts that increasing adoption of enterprise blockchain will drive the global market size from $4.6 billion in 2018 to $20.3 billion by 2025.
The future of work is increasingly becoming today’s reality for millions of workers and companies around the world. The findings of our latest Future of Jobs report look at the trends expected in the 2018-2022 period in 20 economies and 12 industry sectors.
Pioneer organizations are pulling ahead of their counterparts. By deepening their commitment to artificial intelligence (AI) and focusing on revenue-generating applications over cost savings — these early implementers are positioning themselves to reap the benefits of AI at scale.
via MIT Sloan
Advances in both the consumer and business technology sectors have driven the adoption of mobile internet access and associated service delivery. Applications of mobile devices — by customers, business partners, or employees — delivers unprecedented access to information, improved collaboration, and increased productivity.