20 Apr, 2024

How To supercharge operations efficiency with an enterprise virtual assistant

The average enterprise manages over 350 Terabytes of data—seven times as much as a small business. With so much data, modern enterprises should seek creative and smart ways to manage the wealth of information they collect on a daily basis, while being mindful about important factors like compliance. With the help of AI and Machine Learning, an enterprise virtual assistant can tap into enterprise data and help augment common human processes across many departments, including finance, HR, and leadership. Below is a step by step guide to optimizing your infrastructure for virtual assistants, and specific use cases. (more)

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How can the big data fabric be used to put data in to action?

Big data fabric is an emerging platform concept that aims to accelerate business insights “by automating ingestion, curation, discovery, preparation and integration from data silos,” according to Forrester, in its new report “The Forrester Wave: Big Data Fabric, Q2 2018.” (more)

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How to transform your company into a paperless organization

This year, consider embracing one of the biggest breakthroughs in office management: a clean, paperless organization with no impact on trees. Why? The switch saves you money in many ways, such as the cost of paper and printing, it streamlines document retrieval, and helps meet compliance requirements like GDPR. (more)

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Top GDPR challenge: Do you know where your sensitive data is?

As companies worldwide scramble to meet new GDPR data privacy regulations, compliance with the Right to Erasure (Article 17) or more commonly known as The Right to be Forgotten has emerged as a top challenge. The problem sounds simple enough since the DELETE function is a standard feature on most any IT system, but how do you delete data if you do not know where it is? (more)

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Are you ready for GDPR?

Are you ready for GDPR? Enforcement of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on May 25, 2018, and most companies are now launching projects to establish enterprise data management (EDM) control processes. Failure to comply with the list of new rules regarding data security and privacy will be costly as GDPR imposes strict fines and penalties for organizations found to be in non-compliance. (more)

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