As businesses gain through improved ROI, investment in hyperautomation is expected to increase to achieve operational excellence and resilience.
By Balakrishna D R, Senior Vice President, Service Offering Head - ECS, AI and Automation, Infosys.
Automation is disrupting the very nature of how humans work. AI, cloud computing, bots, robots, cybersecurity and real-time data appear in headlines every day and have built a dual reputation as both a villain and a saviour; they disrupt industries, eliminate jobs and – yet – are also responsible for creating tremendous value.
By Sherif Choudhry, Managing Director, BCG Platinion.
Gartner calls ‘hyperautomation’ the most important of the top 10 strategic technology trends for 2020. Is it worth the hype? The short answer is, “Yes.”
By Tyler Suss, Product Marketing Director at Kofax.
In an effort to get from point A to point B as quickly as possible, many companies jump into automation without considering the bigger picture. They adopt one tool to solve a problem, and then another one to handle a different set of challenges. The end result is that organizations use multiple tools and technologies – many of which don’t co-operate and collaborate with each other – to handle different parts of a larger process.
By Chris Huff, CSO, Kofax.
More organisations today are realising the advantages that automation can bring their businesses in reducing errors; increasing profitability; driving efficiencies and enhancing competitiveness. These benefits are increasingly clear but achieving them has not been easy historically. The right technology has not always been available and even when it has been, organisations have often struggled to afford the investment required.
By Richard Seel, Managing Director, Supply Chain & Logistics (UK & US), delaware.
Compared to the majority of Europe, Britain is racing ahead in its adoption of the cloud. Statistics published by Europa show that against a continental average of 26 per cent, 41 per cent of UK businesses used cloud technology last year. Annie Andrews, Head of Technology at Microsoft recruitment partner Curo Talent, explains why, to truly take advantage of the computing model, businesses should also invest in cloud automation.
IT automation has been on the rise massively in the past few years, offering some big benefits in efficiency and productivity. Brett Cheloff, VP at ConnectWise Automate discusses the major advantages and future of IT automation.
Most companies would agree that test automation is crucial to business success. It promises to increase the depth and scope of tests and to significantly improve software quality: make or break for customer acquisition and retention in a hyper-competitive business landscape.
By Eran Kinsbruner, chief technical evangelist for Perfecto.
The age of automation is upon us, with Artificial Intelligence (AI) transforming our personal and professional lives. At home, asking Alexa to order goods and give us the weather forecast is quickly becoming the norm, and at work, some of us now find ourselves collaborating with robot colleagues, or co-bots.
By Alexander Rinke, co-founder and CEO, Celonis.
Wes Van Den Berg, Vice President and General Manager, UK&I, Pure Storage, provides an update on recent developments at the company, including the launch of the FlashBlade//S family of products and the introduction of the Evergreen//Flex.
Richard Hoptroff, Founder and CTO (Chief Time Officer) of Hoptroff, discusses the importance of developing the accurate time solutions on which more and more digital applications rely. The company’s pedigree in the financial sector means it is well placed to meet this demand across many industry sectors, including IoT, aerospace, defence, media, autonomous vehicles and smart cities.
Tim Richards, the new Hoptroff CEO, talks through the opportunities to grow the business as it continues to provide timestamping and synchronised time technology solutions for its core financial market, alongside significant growth in a whole series of automation applications – driverless cars, 5G-enabled and smart cities to name but a few – where accurate time is crucial.
Richelle Ahlvers, Chair of the SNIA Storage Management Initiative, discusses what’s new with Swordfish, the storage management standard, including the latest developments on work with industry partner organisations and the new Conformance Testing Program, as well as talking through the newly opened SNIA Storage Management Initiative’s Next-Gen Lab.
ConnectWise has published the 2022 findings of its annual State of SMB Cybersecurity report, revealing that the growing number of attacks are fueling investment in cybersecurity, particularly with managed service providers (MSPs). Key findings show nearly three-quarters (73%) of report respondents are in agreement that their organisation has reached a tipping point where cybersecurity concerns demand action.
Economist Impact survey of 2,000 business leaders, sponsored by Cognizant, shows key challenges include competing priorities, deriving value from technology investments, addressing a talent and skills gap, and sustaining action on ESG.