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The pandemic continues to remain front and centre – be it the public sector, education, healthcare or industry. Yet in this devastation, human creativity has risen to the occasion, bringing forth a period of unprecedented innovation. Which, for the most part, has been in the area of digital technology or that has been enabled by technology.

The onset of COCVID-19 quickly accelerated trends that were already on the horizon. In just one year, digital adoption has happened at five to ten times the projected rate. Lockdown periods, economic uncertainty and loss of predictability have forced customers and businesses online in previously unseen numbers.

This migration has also upset the power balance, with customers now more in control of the relationship and less loyal to brands and products. This paradigm shift has moved to focus on customer experience, an issue that Adobe has been emphasising for years.

When the world returns to some equilibrium, there is no question that the new normal will be digital. To get an idea of what that could like like, To understand what transpired in the preceding year, Adobe has examined the journeys of organisations and senior leaders as they worked through this turbulent period.

Adobe’s 2021 Digital Trends Report is based on the learnings of digital executives garnered from real-life, practical, hard-fought battles during the pandemic.

Want to learn more? Read Adobe’s 2021 Digital Trends Report.

 

DevOps is what unifies people, processes and technology, allowing organisations to thrive and the bandwidth to rethink, reimagine and reinvent themselves. The capability to share resources and collaborate across networks on a platform that provides infrastructure, services, platforms and applications as needed, when needed and where needed opens up endless possibilities.

A DevOps perspective combined with suitable practices and tools, allows organisations to better work together internally and better respond to customer needs and expectations – achieving goals and mandates faster and more efficiently and delivering better client and citizen experiences.

Red Hat OpenShift is the leading enterprise Kubernetes platform*, built for an open hybrid cloud strategy. Red Hat OpenShift’s full-stack automated operations, consistent experience—across all environments—and self-service provisioning for developers lets teams work together to more efficiently move ideas from development to production.

Red Hat OpenShift is available as a fully managed cloud service on leading public clouds, or as a self-managed software offering for organisations requiring more customisation.

Want to learn more? Read the Red Hat Guide!

The Nio Fusion 12MP (MDNC-12130) display is designed to combine PACS and breast images on one workstation, so you don’t need to work on a cluttered desk with complex configurations and multiple portrait displays. A Nio Fusion 12MP will represent both 2D and 3D images fluidly, brightly and in detail, further helping you to speed up your reading sessions. A set of unique integrated clinical tools improve reading ergonomics and support efficient workflow for static and dynamic imaging.

  • Medical grade display
  • Excellent uniformity correction
  • Perfect representation of calibrated colours and greyscales

Diagnostic versatility at your fingertips:

  • Multimodality display for PACS and breast imaging
  • 12MP screen resolution and Uniform Luminance Technology
  • Accurate and consistent colours and greyscales
  • Integrated tools to support workflow and improve ergonomics
  • Automated QA and compliance tests

Want to know more? Watch this video to learn more!

Barco’s SecureStream is a media streaming solution that makes sharing content from the control room to external stakeholders (and vice versa) easy and secure. An addition to Barco’s TransForm N and CMS control room and collaboration products, SecureStream uses a very intuitive user interface that allows control room operators to drag and drop video or data sources into a channel that can be pushed to field staff or external experts.

From the overview of available sources, control room operators can simply drag and drop content into a SecureStream channel and then provide the needed link to the receivers. The content can be video, data, or even a CMS perspective (a group of content that logically belongs together). The remote end-user can use the web browser of his or her personal mobile device to view the shared content.

Securely share content beyond the control room:

  • Extremely easy to use, with CMS integration
  • Drag and drop sources into a streaming channel
  • Streaming channel available on web browser of any mobile device
  • Security at the heart, using both on-premise and cloud technology
  • Securely stream back into the control room

Want to know more? Watch this video to learn more!

What if you could bring even the most irregularly shaped objects to life? Through the artistic play with light, projection mapping creates the optical illusion of movement. It turns common objects into attention-grabbing stages and transforms virtually any surface into unique dynamic displays.

In your city, anything can be your canvas: on the street or inside, a museum, a big building or a small alley, on any surface. Bring your town to life with image and light, and attract more visitors – even from a distance. Discover what Barco projection mapping can mean for your city

It’s technological magic – magical technology.

Want to know more? Watch this video to learn more!

It’s clear we’ve moved into hybrid places of learning where the effect of technology on learner engagement and experience will be immense.

For better collaboration, better contribution and more successful learners, choose the rich, interactive and engaging learning environment provided by the virtual classroom. Whether you are a business school or a corporate training centre, Barco helps you deliver great teaching and training experiences, online and on-site, on any device.

weConnect allows educational organisations to take the next step towards transformational teaching and training. As the pace of digitisation is accelerating every day, weConnect is an essential and reliable cornerstone of your digital strategy. weConnect promotes collaboration and active learning, on-site and online.

Want to know more? Watch this video to learn more!

Data quality has never been so important. Why? Well, according to IDC’s latest report, “Data Age 2025”, the projected size of the global data sphere in 2025 would be the equivalent of watching the entire Netflix catalog 489 million times (or 163 ZB of data). In a nutshell, the global data sphere is expected to be 10 times the 2016 data sphere volume by the year 2025. As the total volume of data continues to increase, we can also infer that the volume of bad data will increase unless something is done about it.

Every data professional will incessantly chase bad data as it’s the bane of every digital transformation. Bad data leads to bad insight and ultimately biased decisions. That’s why it’s crucial to spot bad data in your organization, but it’s also perceived as hard to do.

This ebook will show you how to spot bad data and debunk the six most common myths about why getting rid of bad data in your organization is challenging. We’ll also introduce you to six organizations that were able to take proactive steps to reducing bad data, thus achieving great business outcomes.

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Improve your data with the six data metrics.

Data quality initiatives are generally centered on improving these metrics so that enterprise data can support the optimal performance of business systems and support users’ faith in the systems’ reliability.

Regardless of an organization’s size, function, or industry, they all need to pay attention to data quality in order to understand their business and to make sound business decisions. Business decisions are unquestionably impacted by the quality of data being used ; the better the data is, the more effective the decisions will be.

Companies therefore must agree on data quality standards based not only on the dimensions themselves — and, of course, any external standards that data quality must meet — but also on the consequences of not meeting
them.

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