Sometimes, it’s the little things that make the biggest impact.
For instance, when $3.8 billion work chat app Slack announces on Wednesday that it’s adding threaded conversations, it’s not just adding a much-requested feature that makes it easier to keep team conversations on-topic and get things done.
Financial dashboards have become one of the most saleable feature of an accounting software. Filled with colorful graphs and data visualization tools, these dashboards provide quick insights on how a business is performing.
Dan Roam: I am a business guy who comes out of an art background. I have drawn all my life, starting as a little kid. If you think about it, most of us have drawn when we were very young. I just kept on doing it. That brought me into a managing consulting role, where I was the weirdo who would go up to the flip chart or the white board and draw a picture of whatever I heard people talking about. Now I want to be clear, the pictures I was drawing were exceedingly simple. They might be a couple of circles, a box, a triangle, an arrow connecting them. If I was feeling really artistic, I might even add a stick figure up there somewhere and then some labels.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly becoming a way of life, making its way from consumer environments in homes and retail environments – to now becoming an integral part of the modern enterprise.
Human error is to blame for some of the costliest industrial losses and business interruptions. Leaving a roll of paper towels in a turbine? The tally: $11 million. Pulling the wrong switch and draining the oil from a generator? $23 million. Closing a compressor valve that should have remained open? A fire and 30-day production shutdown.
Physical Security Information Management Market to Reach $2246 million with 34.41% CAGR Forecast to 2020
PUNE, INDIA, December 21, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) system is a software that is utilized for systematizing and improving operations for physical security management and reporting. It is intended to assimilate security applications via one common user interface. Situations are proactively resolved by collecting events from obtainable information and security devices and linking them to empower personnel. This system needs integration and coordination of technologies with the information technology processes that administer the management of administrative data.
Knowmail Grabs $3.5 Million to Further Develop Personalized Artificial Intelligence (P.A.I) and Solve Communication Overload
Knowmail, a company building a Personalized Artificial Intelligence platform to help employees communicate and collaborate better, announced it closed a new $3.5 million investment led by CE Ventures with managing partner Tayman Kan also joining the board. This round also includes existing shareholders AfterDox, Plus Ventures, 2B Angels, INE Ventures and notable private investors. The additional funding will be utilized to continue building out Knowmail’s functionality and expand its customer base globally.
Each week as I sit down to write this article I sift through a file of article ideas. Choosing the topic for the week can be a challenge. Sometimes the choice is easy because I have an idea that has to get out of my head. Yet other weeks are difficult because I haven’t found anything interesting. After thinking about my decision process, I began reflecting on the decisions I make each day.
Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® Features Access Innovations and Discusses Their Revolutionary Information Management and Database Construction Products and Services
Los Angeles, CA – November 22, 2016 — Access Innovations President Marjorie M.K. Hlava and Vice President of Marketing and Communications Heather Kotula are featured on the award-winning, global TV show, Worldwide Business with kathy ireland®. The segment’s topic is how businesses can make their data more searchable and more easily found.
The age of notification overload is upon us. The more apps we download on our phones and open on our computers, the more little red flags crop up to remind us of all the information we’re not consuming and things we should be doing. Whereas your phone used to only chime when a loved one was sending you a message, it’s now going off all day, every day: local news, incoming thunderstorms, new lover matches, amber alerts, incoming emails, social media likes, erroneous messages from newspapers. As more and more of these notifications pop up on our phones and desktops, it has allowed us to keep connected to the world 24/7—whether we like it or not.