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HPC & AI Platforms: Knowledge Transfer at Think

HPC & AI Platforms: Knowledge Transfer at Think

Senior executives have embraced the concepts of artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning and cognitive computing. Many are already applying these and other intelligent technologies to dramatically improve the productivity of their businesses, while redefining the ways they engage with their key stakeholders.

via LinkedIn

Why B2B Marketers Need Authentic Content Creators

Why B2B Marketers Need Authentic Content Creators

Influencer marketing has gotten big enough that disclosing ties between brands and influencers is a necessity, not an option. Although compliance is growing, there are many examples where it doesn’t happen. Content marketing requires real employee talent, not hired outsiders.

via eMarketer

Savvy B2B Marketers Create High Quality Content

Savvy B2B Marketers Create High Quality Content

Creating high quality content that is focused on the audience across all buyer’s journey stages is a major goal for B2B marketers in 2018. A refined program should include strategic, efficient and innovative content created by a dedicated team.

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Digital Reinvention: Knowledge Transfer at Think

Digital Reinvention: Knowledge Transfer at ThinkThink is a first-of-its-kind global IBM event that gathers the world’s most inspiring inventors, leaders, and thinkers in one place, to ask: What makes you think? “Join us in Las Vegas, March 19 – 22.”

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Davos 2018: How to Reskill for the Digital Future

Davos 2018: How to Reskill for the Digital Future

Almost 9 percent of U.S. employees don’t have all the skills or qualifications required by their job. That number can be as high as 14 percent in some parts of Europe. This gap is a problem, but it’s also a big educational opportunity.

via World Economic Forum

Data Security Breach: Why Insider Threats are Pervasive

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Willis Towers Watson’s cyber insurance claims data show that two thirds of cyber breaches are caused or enabled by employee negligence or malfeasance, including losing laptops, the accidental disclosure of information or actions of rogue employees.

via World Economic Forum

How to Prepare for a Cybersecurity Attack

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Executives tend to relegate cybersecurity to the IT department. That is a mistake, because cyber incidents affect the entire organization. We should conduct regular cybersecurity drills, as we do fire and safety drills. That’s where tabletop exercises can play a big role.

via World Economic Forum