Local Intelligence

  • Do you have insurance covering risks related to intellectual property?

    Do you have insurance covering risks related to intellectual property? The Ponemon Institute (with the support of AON) is providing a valuable study that deals with insurance related to risks regarding cybersecurity and intellectual property. The research team behind this study collected responses from 2,348 participants in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and

  • Data intelligence: Top tips to organisations adopting data practices

    Over the years, data intelligence has become the hidden component in achieving industry success. In particular, it has helped companies to build and develop upon their pre-existing resources. Its concentrated analysis has the ability to streamline operations, transform decisions and automate specific workflows. Ultimately, data intelligence is changing the way organisations use data and has

  • Business intelligence vs. data analytics

    Data-driven organizations often use the terms “business intelligence” (BI) and “data analytics” interchangeably. They’re not the same thing, but if someone asked you to explain the difference, what would you say? Some people distinguish between the two by saying that business intelligence looks backward at historical data to describe things that have happened, while data

  • Turn Data Into Intelligence To Drive Growth

    This is the era of the intelligent enterprise. Technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and the Internet of Things offer exciting new opportunities to detect patterns, predict outcomes, and suggest actions from the growing mass of an organization’s process, social, and market data. The challenge is knowing how to take advantage of these

  • The Importance Of Intellectual Property Protection In Entrepreneurship

    If you have ever come up with a unique invention, you may already realize how important it is to protect your intellectual property. Without this protection, any competitor can simply copy your work, put their own brand on it, and sell it as their own. The United States Patent and Trademark Office understands this, and