Archive - January 2018

From Tried and True to Something New – the Energy and Utilities Industry Wrestles With Disruptive Innovation

“Disruption” and “utility” are two words that were never meant to go together. The always-on, 24/7/365 nature of water and power is the industry’s defining characteristic. It’s not surprising then that executives and board members in the energy and...

Five Ways Technology, Media and Communications Companies Are Using RPA and AI to Save Money and Improve the Customer Experience

Just as mechanical robots revolutionized assembly lines in the 1960s, robotic process automation (RPA) is revolutionizing office work. Any rules-based repetitive task can be handled faster, cheaper and more accurately by a software robot, and...

Innovation with a Capital “C” – Culture Concerns Climb for Technology, Media and Communications Companies in 2018

Amid growing pressure to meet or surpass the speed of disruptive innovation, executives and directors of technology, media and communications (TMC) companies worry that their organizations’ desire to innovate may outrun their ability to properly...

Security Advisory: Meltdown and Spectre – Processor Flaws Expose Networks to New Class of Vulnerabilities

Security researchers have identified a flaw, present in most computer processors, that allows unauthorized disclosure of information. The flaw, which affects most major processor manufacturers, is the first known instance of a security vulnerability...