Command-and-Control Servers: What’s Next?
The command-and-control server is a common attack medium used by cybercriminals and hackers to exploit data and breach security. Also called ‘C&C server’ and ‘C2’, this server has the potential to become an incredibly destructive tool, compromising the system security of distributed information networks. The upsurge of security concerns relating to C&C servers continues to... View Article
The Challenge Of Building Multilingual Interfaces: Why Don’t We Have Search Engines In Every Language?
Only 25% of the world population speaks English and linguistics serves as the major hurdle in the global exchange of ideas and development. Building multilingual interfaces allows websites to disrupt linguistic barriers and target global users spanning across multiple regions. So what’s stopping developers from building multilingual interfaces and effectively integrating languages into search engines?... View Article
Data Wrangling Demystified
Data is purposeful when it’s useful. Interestingly, the journey between data creation to data output isn’t as simple as one would think: Data preparation is a technical process that generally follows a closed loop process of data analysis, cleansing, synthesizing, labelling and finally, formatting for recursive availability. Data wrangling makes this whole process meaningful by... View Article
Harnessing The Evolution Of Artificial Intelligence In The Fight Against Gender Bias
Technology’s lack of human error is its sustained edge over human-driven decisions. But when it comes to gender parity, is that really so? Biases are a form of human error too. And when 50% of the world’s population suffers from this bias, it’s more than an error. Technology can do a lot in designing an... View Article
Driving Data-Backed Business Decisions With An Effective Performance Management Framework
Employee turnover in USA was at its highest—400%— in the first half of the 20th century: This is before the Great Depression, before the 8-hour workday, before HSE. We surmise that had performance appraisals been as much a part of an employee’s career as they are today, that turnover would have been even higher. There’s... View Article
Recruitment Analytics: Make Them Work For You
Is there anyone on the employment spectrum who isn’t affected by recruiting challenges? Not according to the numbers. While solving talent challenges for its clients and enabling exceptional resources to contribute to the commercial ecosystem at large, the talent advocacy team at Arthur Lawrence repeatedly observes some common patterns that make talent management frustrating: The... View Article
Unified Customer Experience: Developing The Case For A Winning Product Strategy
Few people realize that although we pay for blankets, we are, in fact, buying warmth. That’s a relevant analogy to extrapolate over the customer journey in general. Buyers and users are not the same, we know. But why is innovation and product development traditionally limited to what customers pay for, without spending enough time to... View Article
Sustaining Business Value With Digitization
A Roadmap For Digitizing Operations And Unlocking Hidden Value For Consumers In Their Buying Journey Digitization For Process Transformation When it comes to business transformation efforts, the adage, “fools rush in where angels fear to tread” holds true. The best example comes from digitization in contemporary practice, and no one is exempt. In the past... View Article
Three Reasons Your Company Hasn’t Invested Enough In Data Science
Some stakeholders take an ‘either/or’ approach to data science investments. Successful ones build on collaboration and synergy.
Resumes For Robots Are Getting Longer, And That’s Good News
Public concern surrounding job automation is almost palpable: Thinktanks and news publishers have been predicting the elimination of skilled human jobs for almost a decade.