CIOs leading the charge in digital transformation

It's become clear that CIOs play important leadership roles in digital transformation efforts - and that they likely will remain as such for the foreseeable future. 

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Industry 4.0 proliferating faster than ever in spite of COVID-19

Despite the current upheaval in the global economy, Industry 4.0 remains on track to become the dominant framework of the manufacturing sector. 

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The rise of remote working and how companies should approach it

The newfound interest and feasibility of remote working has executives everywhere at the considering the possibility of letting employees work from home.

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4 common mistakes that leave an organization vulnerable to cyberattacks

There are several common mistakes that firms everywhere make that can leave them vulnerable to cyberattacks - indeed, perhaps the most common vector that hackers use is simple human error.

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Trucker hiring shortage expected to double by 2030 as companies look to autonomous driving for a solution

With the shortage of truck drivers expected to double within the decade, companies are looking to autonomous trucks to solve their problems.

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The full power of AI-driven analytics will soon be realized

Businesses can make use of AI to inform their decision-making process through analytics software powered by machine learning.

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Why companies are dissolving their in-house recruiting departments

As the 21st century has progressed, so too has the face of recruiting: recruiting agencies are more popular than ever.

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Internet of Things: What trends to look out for in the 2020s

New IoT innovations on the horizon in the 2020s will revolutionize many different fields.

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Human error is responsible for half of industrial cybercrime exposure

Cybercrime that targets industrial infrastructure has the potential to severely damage companies, or even governments, and is often caused by simple human error.

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The choice between external and internal hiring

The hiring process is never a simple one, and one of the biggest choices employers have to make is whether they promote from within or hire externally for a specific role.

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