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Fixico on FOCUS
The German automotive landscape is being shaken up by Tesla and new competitors from China. However, most of the newcomers have neither their own workshops nor dealer networks.
Fixico on Stern
Today, almost anything is possible via an app. Whether you want to find your dream partner or go shopping, no problem. Now, the first car manufacturers are relying on digitalisation for workshop visits and swearing off the traditional car dealership.
Syndio on Euronews
Simply rewarding men for being more confident in the workplace is inexcusable, Ritu Mohanka writes. The Syndio EMEA MD discusses the gender pay gap, equal pay and the confidence gap in this article.
Riskified on WirtschaftsWoche
They buy credit card data for five euros and exchange scam instructions via Telegram chat. Here, an expert gives insight into the business model of cyber criminals: Assaf Feldman is the founder of the Israeli company Riskified.
“Human intelligence is and will continue to be essential to make the most of the volumes of data available to companies”.
Alteryx on Le Monde
To ensure the training and recruitment of future data professionals in France, human creativity and technical skills must be brought together, explains Alteryx's Libby Duane Adams in an article for Le Monde.
Collibra on Forbes France
Most companies now recognise the important role of data in their strategy. At a time when companies are collecting more data than ever before, most are failing to optimise the way they use it, or even use it at all.
Remote on OTWTNW
Employees’ need for more flexibility will lead to significant changes in the world of work. Listen to the latest episode of the ‘On the way to New Work’ podcast featuring Job van der Voort, CEO and Co-founder of Remote.
Conversion Maker on Capital
Artificial intelligence has made amazing progress. Many ask: When will it be able to think better than humans? But at least as important is: Can Europe keep up with the USA and China in terms of development?
A tech CEO who’s rolling out AI across his company says it will give workers ‘superpowers’ because it’s ‘crazy powerful’
Remote on Insider
Job van der Voort says that staff use AI to search through information in its databases on a daily basis at Remote, his HR company that helps firms employ people globally by managing their payroll, benefits, compliance, and taxes.
Immuta on Diginomica
The third largest Nordic bank, Swedbank, sees data access as a door to a whole new way of working with information.
Syndio on FT
What can be done to make pay fairer at all levels? It’s hard, since people come in at different salary points, or are switching industries, or have been underpaid because of bias among previous managers’ evaluations.
iProov on The Times
We live online lives. We manage our finances through apps and communicate with companies via WhatsApp, while businesses hire people they have never met in person for fully remote roles. But is it now time to rethink how we use the internet?
Syndio on Bloomberg
Hoping to speed up the march to equality, the EU on Thursday approved the Pay Transparency Directive, a series of reforms for employers across its 27 member nations aimed at closing the gender pay gap.
Avanade on ZDNet France
Gaurav Aggarwal, SVP global lead - managed security service & industry security solutions at Avanade, offers three important tips for ensuring the security of connected healthcare devices.
Remote on heise
Distributed teams are here to stay - or so most managers believe. A report by the provider Remote sheds light on the different perspectives.
Supplyframe on L'Usine Nouvelle
Supplyframe published in early March in its latest Commodity IQ report, which reveals positive signals that supply and demand are in balance and that price and availability issues are easing at the start of the year.
ClickUp on Irish Times
Productivity platform ClickUp has opened its new Dublin office as the company focuses on growth in the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions.
Remote on Sifted
Language plays a big part in the startup ecosystem — but, this cofounder argues, using English as a common corporate tongue is the only way forward
Riskified on Handelsblatt
Shop operators and customers on the Internet are increasingly becoming victims of fraud. They can then file a criminal complaint online. What is important here.
Remote on People Management
History has shown technology has never 'taken our jobs' – it's time to celebrate these breakthroughs and disregard the knee-jerk reactions, says Job van der Voort
Alteryx on Forbes France
Today, more than ever, business leaders are under great pressure to do more with less, but also to make decisions in real time in an uncertain environment.
Classiq on Maddyness
Microsoft and the Israeli startup Classiq have just launched a joint offer for universities and researchers. The aim is to accelerate the democratisation of quantum computing.
Production: “Companies are now struggling to clear the huge stocks accumulated at the end of 2021 and 2022”.
Coupa on Le Monde
Logistics specialist Madhav Durbha argues in an article for "Le Monde" for the overcoming of the "just-in-time" logic, which has long dominated companies' supply chains.
Airship on L'ADN
According to a study, more than 8 out of 10 French people use health-related mobile applications on a daily basis to eat better, practice sports, monitor their heart or improve their sleep.
FIDO on Le Journal du Net
In recent years, our lives have become so intertwined with the virtual world that not having access to a digital service means being excluded from essential parts of society. Simple and secure digital accessibility is now a basic human right.
Alteryx on Le Journal du Net
When it comes to customer experience, companies can take a cue from the autonomous car and video game industries - if they have the right strategies and tools in place.
Classiq on Le Journal du Net
The quantum revolution is underway. Companies are already exploring this new advance, but they need to start thinking about how they will patent their IP.