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1. Apple invests in tomorrow's coding talent | Computerworld
While Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn’t think a four-year degree is necessary to be a proficient coder, he’s still prepared to invest in the nurturing next-generation engineering talent.
Origional Story Date :5/15/2019
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Education
2. The Risks of Sticking with Legacy Technology
Legacy technology is like that old pair of jeans you wore as a teenager. “They are comfortable” was always your answer to any inquiry. Move that anecdote onto a larger stage and you have a fairly accurate picture of why many organizations hold on to legacy technology—tools that are long outdated: comfort.
Origional Story Date :5/14/2019
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Hardware | Computers | Legacy Systems
3. What is Cognitive Computing? How are Enterprises Benefiting From Cognitive Technology?
AI has truly been a far-flung goal ever since the conception of computing, and every day we seem to be getting closer and closer to that goal with new cognitive computing models.
Origional Story Date :5/14/2019
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Cognitive Computing
4. Is Cloud Too Risky for Unified Communications
Cloud services may have increasingly become the norm for many organizations, but what about when it comes to Unified Communications (UC)? Some companies are simply not ready to make the move just yet.
Origional Story Date :5/17/2019
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Unified Communication
5. Skip the HR Jargon and Speak Business to Them
At senior levels, executives and business leaders aren’t taking those of us in HR seriously, not because they “don’t get it” or aren’t enlightened, but because we are walking around claiming (and believing) we’re speaking one language when we’re actually speaking another.
Origional Story Date :5/14/2019
News | Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Management | Leadership
6. Microsoft, at its Build 2019 conference, wants us to have conversations with our computers - CNET
That future, in which people effortlessly ask for something from their always-everywhere computer and can ask further requests based on the response, isn't several centuries away. Apparently, it's possible today.
Origional Story Date :5/6/2019
News | CNET News
Information Technology | News
7. What's the Recipe for Amazing Customer Service?
How many memorable meals have you had in your lifetime? What made them so remarkable? It probably came down to a few simple things: the finest and freshest ingredients, combined in a defined order, and cooked for a certain amount of time at a precise temperature to perfection.
Origional Story Date :5/12/2019
HowTo | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Services | Support
8. The 3 Ps of Preparing an Effective Employee One-on-One
There’s a fine line between micromanaging and leaving people to their own devices. It’s important to check in regularly with employees — not because you need to monitor their every move, but because direct managers and supervisors serve as the public face of “corporate” to lower-level employees.
Origional Story Date :5/2/2019
News | Business 2 Community
Human Resources | Operations | Management | Mentoring
9. The SAP/Apple partnership changes everything | Computerworld
SAP and Apple are working together to help businesses build applications that use Apple’s machine learning and augmented reality (AR) technologies.
Origional Story Date :5/8/2019
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Software | Business | ERP
10. Big Data Trends in 2019 [Infographic]
It is a common knowledge that in order to remain competitive and thrive in today’s business landscape, having the capability to make data-driven decisions is a must. This is especially true in marketing, where, fortunately, mountains and mountains of customer data are being pushed and processed across a variety of digital channels, just waiting to be mined and analyzed by marketers.
Origional Story Date :5/9/2019
News | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Services | Big Data