How to Advance Employee Recruitment and Retention by Winning the Hearts & Minds of Local Communities

Culture is a big topic in today’s work world. Whether you believe that Ping-Pong tables and nice cafeterias are recruitment differentiators, or that developing educational curricula and training will keep employees passionate and proud, community and engagement are Jobs 1, 2 and 3 for most organizations seeking to attract and retain talent inside and outside […]

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How DevSecOps Can Help Plug a $6 Trillion Drain

In another two years, the “digital underbelly,” or cybercrime, will near $6 trillion in damages. This is not collateral damage; it’s $6 trillion worth of opportunities lost to subpar application security. These damages extend beyond the financial realm into customer trust – depleting the currency that digital goes by. A security lapse could even sound […]

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What Do Clean Water and Clean Project Plans Have in Common? AI

Let’s start with water. Pumps and complex piping systems keep our houses, factories, schools and hospitals functioning. But if something goes wrong, it’s impossible to always have the right technical skills available at every pump installation. This is where AI can transform the process. We teamed up with Grundfos, one of the world’s largest pump […]

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Apple’s Masterstroke: Privacy by Design

Leave it to Apple to be the game-changer for privacy. The company’s recent announcement that iOS 13 will include single sign-on is a direct hit to the technology sector. Unlike many of its competitors that operate ad-based platforms that monetize personal data, Apple is empowering users with privacy mechanisms that give them firm control over […]

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Let Chaos Rule: Intervening During Design to Boost Resilience of Distributed Applications

Businesses have long thrived on applications that are flexible, cost-effective, scalable and resilient. The measure of a system’s resilience is its ability to withstand the impact of planned or unplanned disruptions, and recover quickly from a failure. With increased application complexity and an abrupt rise in the number and type of network attacks, however, businesses […]

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Learning from a Day in the Life of a Data Scientist

A bank turned to one of its data scientists to predict the risk of customers missing their next collections payment, with the goal of reducing bad debt. The data scientist was fortunate enough to have access to a comprehensive data mart containing data across many dimensions – including customers, product holdings, transactions and collections activity. […]

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