To manage an organisation’s reputation and ensure that it is not associated with any controversial, discriminatory or damaging (legally, financially or otherwise) views, it is vital to keep an eye on what employees are putting out on social media platforms.
Business leaders need to optimise and grow their businesses and Cloud can certainly reduce costs and improve inefficiencies. However, how secure is data in the Cloud?
As businesses increasingly focus on Big Data and more complex systems, the pressure is mounting on the auditing industry to produce the necessary skills and rethink its standards.
As we replace manual and paper-based processes and methods with technological innovations and automated processes, the digital age is rapidly permeating every aspect of our world.
In a world driven by big data, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud connectivity, applications have become the system we use to record everything, as well as the platform we use to interact with customers, suppliers, each other and – yes – things.
There will be substantial shifts in data platform technologies and methodologies over the next few years. A number of trends are set to change the data landscape, with significant impact on organisations.