Given that punking humans is still one of the easiest ways for a hacker to penetrate the most sophisticated of cyberdefense systems, many businesses are doubling down on training their employees to be on the lookout for the latest hacker scams.
Marketers looking to hyper-personalize their newsletters to customers are using new technology—enhanced Customer Data Platforms (CDPs)—to ensure the personalized details they have on each customer is maxed-out.
Businesses are increasingly turning to AI editors to help ensure their workers write in the same brand voice, and stay out of trouble when it comes to legal vulnerability.
AI transcription of video meetings has gotten so good, many workers have completely abandoned the idea of taking notes during meetings, entrusting that task—and more—to artificial intelligence.
Facing one of the most intense competitions for employees in years, businesses are finding they can hang onto valuable employees longer by engaging in “Stay Interviews.”
Businesses that employ ad tech companies to run ads for them on digital properties will need to come up with a new strategy by the close of 2023.
As torrents of post-Coronavirus workers have returned to the office without masks—and at times with a lingering pang of uncertainty—some workplaces have been using artificial intelligence to protect their health against new outbreaks and variants of the scourge.
Windows users who are big fans of Microsoft Teams software—or who are eager to run Android apps on their Windows devices—will probably get the most out of the newest release of the operating system, Windows 11. Microsoft took great pains to more tightly integrate Teams with Windows 11. Teams is a Microsoft work-collaboration software that is helping millions of remote workers stay in touch with one another as they deal with the stubbornly persistent Coronavirus.
Software users have a growing raft of tools they can use to automate the everyday tasks they perform and free up more time to be more creative and innovative on the job. All of these automation tools work on an easy trigger-then-action format, which enable users with no coding skills to get the programs they use to work together more efficiently, often in five minutes or less.
Legions of workers stumped by company charts and graphs that make no sense to them can take heart: A new, dirt-cheap artificial intelligence (AI) software tool from Microsoft enables you to trigger a text explanation of a chart or graph with just one mouse click.