Archive - April 2020

A Different Front in the COVID-19 Outbreak: Information Security

As the world faces the medical concerns associated with COVID-19 and moves home to work, healthcare workers not on the front line — those in administration and information technology (IT) — feel a different pressure. While this does not have the...

Internal Audit Applications of AI: It Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated to Be Effective

For many internal auditors, artificial intelligence (AI) may seem like a daunting topic to tackle — but that shouldn’t stop them from considering how they can apply it to their work. Tools and techniques exist that can provide auditors with...

The Implications of COVID-19 on Power and Utility Services

The COVID-19 crisis has taken all industries by surprise. For utility organizations that offer essential services such as power production, power and gas transmission and distribution, and other public services, having strong crisis management and...

After the Virus: Reassessing and Future-Proofing Your Business From a Customer Experience Perspective

When the coronavirus pandemic eventually subsides and the economy begins to recover, many businesses can expect significant challenges rebuilding relationships with customers whose mindsets, priorities, buying habits and spending powers have been...

An Intelligent Workplace Can Help Finance Leaders Navigate the COVID-19 Turbulence and Future Disruptions

When Protiviti conducted a top risks survey among more than 1,000 executives and board members in the third quarter of 2019, few had imagined the risks they’d be facing today brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. More than half of the finance...

Automation — Healthcare’s Next Great Workforce

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit all industries, but it has put a real squeeze on the healthcare industry. This pandemic is pressuring healthcare providers from all sides, causing an increase in patients that require intensive care and ventilators, but...