In matters of data security there’s still work to do. An EOS survey shows that top decision-makers in European firms see cyber security as a trending issue.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will not do away with a lot of jobs but make them more interesting by taking over routine tasks. The key to success: clean databases.
Start-ups are unduly idealized, says Klaus Engberding, CEO of the EOS Group: those responsible for a lot of people have to find a point of difference.
The problem with buzzwords like “AI” and “analytics” is that everyone has a different understanding of them. The new EOS Center of Analytics Academy is building a common knowledge base – across national borders.
A robot as a colleague? Even though Pacioli is not quite as tangible, the results from the software certainly are. What robotic process automation is all about and how it can reduce a team’s workload.
A sought-after IT expert comes to the company and provides training – not just to EOS employees but also to outsiders. That’s the idea behind the EOS Tech Lab.
The walls are virtual, but the risks are real. EOS is protecting its valuable data with what are known as penetration tests. This is how white hat hacking works.
It’s not just about technology, it’s about people developing a data-driven mindset, the Center of Analytics team explains.
If you work in a rapidly changing market your business software needs to keep up with the pace – as do the people using it.