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Zoom Acquiring Solvvy for Contact Center Expansion

Zoom has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Solvvy, a leading conversational AI and automation platform for customer support, to offer elevated customer service experiences to a global enterprise base and work quickly to capitalize on new opportunities in contact center and customer support.

The Future For MTC’s Digital Manufacturing Accelerator

Liferay has been chosen as a core digital infrastructure component in the factory of the future at the Digital Manufacturing Accelerator (DMA). The initiative, by the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), lets manufacturers experience the advantages of industry 4.0, IoT, smart manufacturing, robotics and more.

Accelerating Digital Transformation

“Digital transformation efforts have experienced a marked acceleration over the past two years, and we see no indications of a slowdown,” said Kara Sprague, EVP, and GM, App Delivery, F5.

Jellysmack And Best-In-Class Tech

Global creator company Jellysmack demonstrates its commitment to international expansion and best-in-class tech with the hiring of seasoned executive Thierry Bedos as Chief Technology Officer. Bedos brings over 25 years of experience and deep knowledge of growing multi-billion dollar tech businesses.

AI and the Human Touch

Martin Rehak, CEO of Resistant AI, explains why combining AI and the human touch is the only way to successfully fight financial crime.

A new dawn of digitalization: 2022’s defining insurtech trends

As the insurance industry continues to evolve in line with the shift in tech, culture and consumer demand, 2022 looks set to see the innovation stakes raised even higher. Lorenz Graff, CEO and co-founder of bsurance, advises the four defining trends which will shape the insurtech industry in the year ahead:

Deep learning: administer the vaccine before the infection takes hold

Staying at the bleeding edge of innovation is the only way to outpace attackers. However, most organizations are settling for a mitigation approach to cybersecurity which only engages once the adversaries have breached the perimeter. Attacks then need to run before they’re picked up and checked to see if they’re malicious, sometimes taking as long as 60 seconds. When dealing with an unknown threat, 60 seconds is too long to wait for analysis. A prevention approach is far more effective, explains Brooks Wallace, VP EMEA at Deep Instinct, as it operates on the basis that the attackers are not permitted to come within arm’s length of the network perimeter. And at the centre of this approach is deep learning. 

Does AI have a positioning problem?

John Galpin, Co-Founder Design by Structure, looks at the state of AI today, its role over the next decade, and its positioning problems with clarity, perception and choice of language.