automation

People vs technology: where should innovation come from?

People vs technology: where should innovation come from?

Today, most people lives in a profoundly work centred society. Work is the main source of income, and as such is the main way people meet their material needs. Engagement in paid work marks the passage to maturity that starts back when adults ask a child for the first time what they want to “be” Continue reading People vs technology: where should innovation come from?

The value of data: forecast to grow 10-fold by 2025

The value of data: forecast to grow 10-fold by 2025

The 10-fold rise in worldwide data by 2025 forecast by IDC shows that the data journey for organisations is just beginning. Collecting, storing, analyzing and utilizing this metric gold will aid innovation and in turn, drive businesses into the competitive future. This meteoric rise of data will provide immeasurable opportunities for companies to gain advantage in the Continue reading The value of data: forecast to grow 10-fold by 2025

Communication key to allaying employee concerns about automation

Communication key to allaying employee concerns about automation

Research from Capita Resourcing has found that whilst over half (54%) of UK organisations are already automating business processes once performed by people, employees are concerned about the social impact this will have on the workplace. The ‘Workplace More Human’ report reveals that the majority of employees (67%) fear that the rise of robotics will Continue reading Communication key to allaying employee concerns about automation