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Articles : September 2018 Archives

Blockchain Poised to Transform HR Talent Management

28 Sep, 2018

A nascent effort is underway to employ the immutable attributes of blockchain database technologies through which the skills and work experience of job candidates can be verified long before they are hired.

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Should the U.S. Have a Federal Data Privacy Law?

26 Sep, 2018

U.S. data privacy laws are scattershot among individual states and, like state-based data breach notification laws, only add more confusion. Having a national law would provide the same protections to everyone.

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Navigating the Choices in Collaboration Software

26 Sep, 2018

Rather than evaluating collaboration as a single function, most experts recommend breaking them down to their constituent pieces to determine which sets of key features will best support your business model.

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A New Day for Office Productivity Solutions

24 Sep, 2018

Office productivity software has been around for a while, long enough, in fact, that most enterprises look at it as just another routine aspect of the knowledge workflow. But that might be about to change.

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Coming to Terms with Fear and Loathing of AI in the Workplace

20 Sep, 2018

It will not take long for employees to discover what kind of organization they work for in the age of AI. Some organizations will invest in AI and retrain workers; others will seek to maximize profitability wherever possible.

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The Burden of State Data Privacy Laws: A Q&A with Robb Reck from Ping Identity

18 Sep, 2018

Robb Reck, cybersecurity expert and CISO of Ping Identity, discusses implications of new privacy acts. For consumers, these acts put a stake in the ground about what is required for organizations doing business; for companies, they add burdens to operating requirements.

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