This guy can't stop clowning around.
We're not clowning around.
According to recent research, Brits now spend an average of five hours a day on their mobile phones, not to mention all the hours sat in front of computer screens at work. So, what's the impact of this on our health?
This points to a clear role for AI technology within healthcare: AI should be used to help both patients and doctors by facilitating more comprehensive health assessments, earlier diagnosis and better, more informed decision making.
Why does this matter? We're witnessing a crisis point in the market, one where the demands for digital transformation in the enterprise have far exceeded the capacity of IT teams to deliver.
Whether it's providing more reliable products and services that are less vulnerable to security threats, failures or human error, reducing downtime would address one of technology's consistently high cost weaknesses.
We are living in an era where our working environment is drastically changing. Technology has become one of the key components of organisations across all types of businesses, whether it's a multinational corporation or an SME, and our reliance will only increase. We are in the midst of another industrial revolution that shows no sign of slowing down and IT firms are reaping the benefits of this.
Software can be obscure, and its direct impact on the business is not always seen. However, with critical business operations relying more on software systems, it is essential for senior business executives to understand software risk and its implications.
As IT becomes more pivotal in the digital era, CIOs must ensure that their CEO has a clear understanding of what IT is delivering for what level of company-wide software risk exposure. With this information, smart decisions about speed-to-market and risk can be made.