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A new approach, spearheaded by new executive leadership, could be just the shot in the arm that certain departments - or perhaps your organization as a whole - may need.
Your organization's focus on cybersecurity must be constant, whether it's "National Cybersecurity Awareness Month" or not.
Two recent developments represent major successes in the autonomous driving field, bringing this bold new phase of modern mobility that much closer to the market.
New CIOs, CTOs and other tech-focused C-level staff have their work cut out for them when replacing predecessors who left on difficult terms.
There is no single "one-size-fits-all" approach that will work for every organization seeking to undergo digital transformation - each business must find its own way.
It makes perfect sense that AI is projected to be notably important to the future of the Industry 4.0 movement.
If you're looking to kick off a digital transformation initiative for your organization, it'll be critical to keep abreast of the latest developments.
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