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YES Partners, Inc.
325 Sharon Park Drive, #221
Menlo Park, California 94025
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The digital transformation movement is getting a great deal of attention in today’s enterprises. Businesses across just about every sector are facing pressure to innovate, and traditional business models are being disrupted.
The number of job openings in the U.S. hit a record high in January 2018, but the rise in the number of jobs available comes in a hiring climate in which many companies are struggling to find qualified workers for the roles they need to fill.
Many businesses are facing situations in which they must reconfigure and update their processes to keep pace with new customer expectations and marketplace demands.
The rise of blockchain is occurring quickly as the technology gains a great deal of attention in a variety of sectors.
Artificial intelligence is gaining prominence as organizations work to deepen their use of automation.
Self-driving cars could soon be on the horizon. There are many pilot programs on the roads and while the industry still facing technical and regulatory hurdles, progress is happening quickly.
Blockchain technology has been dominating headlines for months as the digital ledger solution is behind many of the cryptocurrency trends that have been garnering media attention.
Digital transformation initiatives are sweeping through the enterprise. As businesses explore how they can revitalize operations to better connect their people, processes and technology, they must also put serious thought into what it means to lead an organization into a digital future.
Robotics have been transforming the workplace for decades, but the rise of the internet of things is combining with advanced robot design to change how companies leverage the technology.
Typically, new enterprise technologies emerge slowly, gradually gaining widespread acceptance over years as organizations test out small use cases and wait to move forward until value is proven and the IT ecosystem is mature. The internet of things is changing this paradigm.
Business and IT leaders alike are finding themselves scrambling to keep pace with the wave of digital transformation taking place in the modern enterprise.
Application development platforms have emerged as a major part of the digitally transformed enterprise.
As the clock continues to count down the last days of 2017, business leaders will be looking forward to a fresh start.
We may not live in the robot-populated utopia imagined by Isaac Asimov, but robotics continues to make significant inroads into the industrial sector.
There is no I in team. Of course, finding a complete team of people with the requisite skills is not always easy.
Companies that don’t protect themselves against a potential data security breach run the risk of more than just a hit to their bottom line.
Pharmaceutical companies are among those most eager to embrace A.I., as it has the potential to streamline the drug creation process, bolstering the affordability and availability of key medications.
Experts have created an alternative title for CIOs in the age of the cloud: chief integration officer.
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"Smart cities," as they have been deemed by technology experts, are expanding the boundaries of civil engineering, as well as spurring growth in the employment market.
IoT technology is transforming the biotech sector.
The IoT is transforming the telecom industry, requiring renewed investment in executive recruitment efforts.
Businesses must prepare for the developing IT transformation.
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Some companies are establishing enterprise-wide customer privacy protection initiatives overseen by C-suite leaders with the title Chief Privacy Officer.
Few sectors are experiencing as much IoT-driven disruption as the financial services space.
It seems, the age of the Chief Robotics Officer is near.
Of all the devices to emerge during the internet of things era, few have catalyzed as much widespread excitement within the enterprise information technology space as the drone.
Organizations are disrupting marketing operations with new machine learning technology.