Knowledge workers realise their jobs will either change dramatically or disappear as the result of new technology, according to research Over a third (35%) of knowledge workers don’t think their roles will exist in five years as a result of technology advancement. While artificial intelligence and automation software is seen as the biggest threat to … Continue reading Third of knowledge workers expect their jobs to be computerized in five years
The European Union and the United States have agreed changes to a data transfer pact that is key to transatlantic business, including stricter rules for companies holding information on Europeans and clearer limits on U.S. surveillance. The revised EU-U.S. Privacy Shield was sent for review by European member states overnight. They are expected to hold … Continue reading EU, United States agree on changes to strengthen data transfer pact
In this series, professionals provide advice for the next U.S. president. What do you want POTUS focused on? Write your own #nextpresident post here. Dear Madam / Mr. President: Over fifty years ago, in March 1964, a document known as the “Triple Revolution Report” landed on the desk of your predecessor, Lyndon Johnson. That report, … Continue reading This isn’t crying wolf: Machines will take white-collar jobs during the next administration
IT DIRECTORS SERVE AS A PRIMARY POINT OF CONTACT BETWEEN THE PROFESSIONALS IN THE IT DEPARTMENT AND THOSE IN OPERATIONS, BUSINESS, CUSTOMER SERVICE, SALES, AND OTHER AREAS. Information technology (IT) directors are in demand across many industries. These tech-minded individuals are responsible for managing computer resources so that a company's IT systems are well-maintained and … Continue reading What’s it like being an IT director?