PA Consulting Group
Insecurity: the risk cyber-ignorance poses to airport screening equipmentm…
Airport Technology interviews Justin Lowe, digital trust and cyber security expert at PA Consulting, following the release of PA’s recently published report on the cybersecurity of airports, titled ‘Overcome the Silent Threat’.
Digital Technology and Sustainability: Positive Mutual Reinforcement
Most business leaders would like to run an environmentally sustainable company, one that does little harm to the natural world and that leaves its employees and customers healthier. Few companies have been able to put that ideal into practice because they haven’t had the data. But now they do.
How Millennials Are Challenging Banks to Step Up Their Security
Millennials: with smart devices in hand, they live online like no generation that has come before. But that does not mean, by any stretch of the imagination, that they are either gullible or trusting when it comes to managing their finances in the virtual sphere. Rather, millennials display significant concerns about security when banking, purchasing and moving money online.
PA Consulting Group
What’s happening to individual privacy in today’s Total Digital world?
The UK privacy watchdog – the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) – plans to fine Facebook £500,000 for its part in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. As the breach took place before the EU GDPR came into effect, this is the largest possible penalty. But if the scandal had hit today, the ICO could have fined Facebook four per cent of global turnover - that’s £1.6 billion.
Top 5: Things to know about AI
Artificial intelligence receives a lot of hype, but that doesn't mean there isn't reality. There's probably an application for AI if your business collects data.
PA Consulting Group
Giving mothers the specialist mental health care they need - PA Consulting
Nearly one in five women will develop a mental illness during their pregnancy or in the first year after their baby is born (known as the perinatal period). That illness can be devastating for the women and their families – but specialist treatment can be highly effective.
Thinking bigger with artificial intelligence: Part 1
Accenture’s recent intelligent operations research highlights an important trend: the growing acknowledgement that artificial intelligence will have a major impact on companies’ business. Nearly 90 percent of executives in our research believe the application of automation, analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI) will be critical to business and process transformation. Furthermore, just over 60 percent said the application of automation and AI to business processes will be important to achieving their business goals.
Frost And Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan: The major challenges facing the IIoT solution market in 2018
A recent Frost & Sullivan research shows that the major challenge currently facing the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solution market is the inability of providers to offer one-stop- shop solutions.
Reshape the workforce: reskill, redirect, redeploy
In our 2018 study The Automation Advantage, we surveyed 415 global IT executives using cloud automation at varying stages of maturity. The results presented a clear divide: “Fast Movers” (the 20% most advanced in applying automation) and “Followers"
Use AI to Make Cities Smarter
How government CIOs can exploit conversational AI to deliver more personalised, digital services to their citizens
Hitachi Consulting Europe
Preparing for Urban 4.0
It’s time for a better paradigm of urbanisation. Conventional models, while still solid, are no longer up to the heightened challenges of the present. Exponentially improving technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence are enabling urban developments with much higher levels of efficiency and flexibility to conserve resources, promote security, and boost the quality of life.
PA Consulting Group
BP: Cutting emissions by rewarding action to advance low carbon
Across the world, BP teams and partner organisations are working on ways to lower carbon, by reducing emissions from operations, improving their products and creating low carbon businesses. These activities come from all parts of the organisation...
Three ‘golden goals’ must drive innovation in healthcare
If the NHS gets its technology right, the pay-off will be huge financially and in terms of patient health
Cybersecurity Experts Only Present In 65% Of Organisations
Despite 95 percent of CIOs expecting cyberthreats to increase over the next three years, only 65 percent of their organisations currently have a cybersecurity expert, according to a survey from Gartner. The survey also reveals that skills challenges continue to plague organisations that undergo digitalisation, with digital security staffing shortages considered a top inhibitor to innovation.
Why are there more UK profit warnings?
UK quoted companies issued 58 profit warnings in the second quarter of 2018 – almost a third more than the same quarter last year.
Regulatory Update: Anti-money Laundering - the SARS regime
The Law Commission recently published a consultation paper on anti-money laundering and the Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) regime.
Digital Realty Expands On-Ramps to IBM Cloud Services
Digital Realty continues to expand its connectivity to cloud computing platforms. Today the company said that it is boosting customer access to the IBM Cloud in 15 markets around the world. The expansion follows a similar move earlier this year to improve connectivity to the Oracle cloud.
How Cloud is Transforming the Data Center
Consider how cloud options have changed the way we think of data centers in just a few years.
The Intelligent IoT: AI in the Connected Revolution
IoT devices are all around us, and will communicate 400 zettabytes of data (that’s 4GB with 22 zeros after) by the end of 2018, but an AI component is needed to make sense of all this data - otherwise we end up with nothing more than a mountain of ones and zeros.
M&S creates data skills academy to train thousands of employees
Marks & Spencer has launched a new data academy to train staff from every part of its business in data science.In a bid to ensure it is “fit for the digital age”, M&S enlisted Decoded to teach more than 1000 employees in the first 18 months.