Consulting Headlines

04-Sep-2019
Microsoft Microsoft Unveils Icecaps, An Open-Source Toolkit For Building Neural Conversational Systems

News Image The human race is the most complicated; and difficult system and every human has a different personality of action. Using the same tone and the same language does not fit in order to communicate with different people. However, it is usual for us to use different tones and languages while we communicate with our friends and other people but it is impossible for the machines to have different personas for different people until now

04-Sep-2019
Wood Mackenzie Ltd Will Aluminium Cans Replace Plastic Bottles?

News Image Plastic pollution is a global problem. The statistics are alarming – and emotive. However, it remains the modern world’s packaging material of choice. Roughly a third of the 350 Mt produced globally is used in packaging applications. But as public perception shifts and the issue gets pushed up the political agenda, the tide could be turning

04-Sep-2019
Forbes What Are The Newest Cyber Security Trends?

News Image The magnitude of change that enterprise IT is going through (architecture, cloud infra and SaaS) brings for security models is vastly underestimated. There is an entire generation of multi-billion dollar security companies that have a largely on-premise business not particularly relevant to the cloud/hybrid world...

29-Aug-2019
Staff augmentation: Not a commodity

“Staff augmentation” has long been a dirty phrase in consulting, redolent of stacking your consultants high and selling them cheap, writes Fiona Czerniawska of Source Global Research.

28-Aug-2019
IBM The future of automating all types of work

News Image There‘s a lot of excitement about business automation these days and for good reason. Developments including artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic process automation bring the promise of transforming work as we know it

28-Aug-2019
IoT and blockchain: Are we there yet?

News Image The internet of things and blockchain -- they should go together like strawberries and cream, right? What could make more sense than a constant stream of data about devices, their state, and their use, combined with a distributed and trustworthy mechanism for anyone to read or say things about the data?