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For enterprises drowning in data–hardly a select group–SAP said it has a solution. The latest update of SAP’s Data Hub offers an all-in-one data orchestration solution that distills business value from all of an organization’s data.
In prioritizing outcomes of a digital transformation, companies indicate that they are determined to improve the customer experience (CX)—but they need more insightful data and less complicated tech tools to succeed.
While this “data everywhere” philosophy is great for efficiency, it’s devastating to traditional security models because they fail to protect data, especially when both the user and the data are beyond the security perimeter.
It’s important for any organization trying to maximize growth to find its strategic sweet spot—a set of optimal decisions and investments offering the highest expected return for a particular level of risk.
Nuance Communications has integrated its Dragon Medical Virtual Assistant with Epic Systems’ electronic health records. The work with natural language processing is showing promise in helping ease some burdens of working with EHR systems.
Adobe updates its Adobe Cloud Platform as the Adobe Experience Platform and designates it as the “data foundation for customer experience management.” It also started the Open Data Initiative with Microsoft and SAP as partners.
“The main thing we want to accomplish is balance,” Microsoft Vice President Gaurav Sareen told eWEEK. “We want Outlook to be trusted by IT and loved by users.” Sounds simple, but this is not a trivial task to accomplish.
Digital protection platform maker ZeroFOX helps eWEEK provide a look at the most prominent social media threats plaguing users today and ways to defend against each.
Fitesa’s IT department began to search for an updated solution that eliminated vendor lock-in and had low storage hardware requirements while meeting their budgets. They found one in StorMagic.
Enterprise leaders feel that artificial intelligence can help solve their talent-management problems—but relatively few organizations are investing in AI solutions for HR.
Data visualization helps people put data in understandable context. When executed well, data visualization can cast light on connections and insights that otherwise would have gone unnoticed.