Ten years ago, I had three devices connected to my home Internet, used intermittently, allowing my family and me to be more efficient, flexible, informed, and entertained. Now, I have 33 devices, collectively connected to the Internet, 24x7. Along with increases in connected devices, we’ve seen an exponential surge in the flow of data. Also growing at the same time is the need to store, secure, access and analyze this data. More...

Banks engaged in trade finance today are entering an incredibly exciting period of digital revitalization—a true turning point in their productivity and efficiency. Technologies such as intelligent data capture, predictive analytics, robotics and artificial intelligence are making sweeping changes possible, radically redesigning how banks conduct their business going forward. More...

Behavioral science in business applications is a fascinating topic. In his book “The Undoing Project,” Michael Lewis describes behavioral economics and how even the best experts’ decision-making is not as accurate as predictive modeling or analytics. He cites an Oregon Research Institute study where radiologists were consulted on the best methods to make an accurate clinical diagnosis of stomach cancer. The doctors described their decision-making process and researchers developed an algorithm to closely mimic that process. More...

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