Not having a data strategy isn’t a strategy in the real estate industry

You have to be business intelligent nowadays. Don’t you feel this is a “must-have” buzz phrase in any business report you write, no matter the financial services industry in which you work? The first time someone used the term “business intelligence” (BI) was more than 150 years ago. It was …

Upskilling or how Anna learnt to adapt to our world with robots

Anna. She aspires to work in journalism, but she’s an engineer. Rumours in the corridors of the company hint that most of the production lines will soon be automated and that a bunch of people – no matter their job position – will soon be queueing at the Employment Office. …

10 Challenges to the Adoption of Smart Contracts

Smart watches, smartphones, smart-clothes. All of them bring the promise of assisting us intelligently, making our lives easier. That’s what the voice-based assistants currently do. The need for validation, if any, comes from us. There are smart contracts too. Rather than assisting one person, they are poised to ease transactions between two …

Team up with your employees for successful information security

We bet most people working on Information security know the key dimensions for securing an information system. These three pillars (see the image below) remind businesses security goes beyond technology. When having a look at existing information security programmes, one pillar tends to be neglected despite its importance when fighting …

Why “design for experience” is becoming the new normal

UX, CX, UI, Service design, product design, you name it: we find hundreds of articles defining them, clarifying their scope or even comparing them. This overwhelming information shows these disciplines are thriving now, however, their principles have been for a while among us. Traveling back in history, Leonardo Da Vinci, …

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