A multitude of technologies, including robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), are powering today’s businesses.
We’ve reached a new year and a new decade, and we’re setting new goals and new targets for 2020, most of which will be base don the evolving business and technology landscape we already began to face in 2019.
When it comes to business, there’s a basic structure of how things are done. There’s your product or service, the interaction between the customer and the product, the means to acquire the service, and a means to get paid providing it.
It’s no secret that science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are industries primarily dominated by men.
With over a decade’s experience in corporate intelligence, John Cushing, CEO and Founder of Qynn discusses below how legal professionals can mitigate these challenges and reduce risk during the M&A process through harnessing automation…
What were Appnomic’s beginnings? What is the company’s ethos? Paddy Padmanabhan: I created the company because of my prior experience architecting a core banking solution and encountering the constant performance issues plaguing…
The engineering and technology worlds never stand still; in fact, their rates of progress only seem to increase with each passing year.
The office landscape is changing. Old cultural norms like business casual, 9-5 hours and overtly hierarchical structures are phasing out, making way for a more flexible and smarter environment.