Use Cases of Artificial Intelligence Integration for Your On-demand Cab Platform

AI is all over in the year 2020. From your mobile applications to worldwide search algorithms, artificial intelligence is changing the means we interrelate with technologies. In part, AI has streamlined decision creating for businesses and improved expediency for end customers.

Autonomous vehicles are a bigger advance for the transported fragment when it emanates from AI. Rendering to the Market Research report, self-driving technologies will develop from $55 billion in the year 2019 to $566 billion by the year 2026.

The Top 7 Conversion Rate Optimization Techniques To Apply

With more than 380 new websites launched every minute and 79% of total marketing leads not converting into sales, the pressure on marketers to get their conversion tactics right is very high.

To ward off the fast-growing competition and reduce waste of potential revenue, every element of online business should be optimized for a greater conversion rate.

This article looks into seven conversion rate techniques applicable to any digital B2B or B2C business.

The Most Effective Ways to Protect Your Supply Chain Business

No matter what you sell, you have a supply chain. Perhaps you are the manufacturer and must get goods to your customers. You might run the transportation company that gets products from one location to the next. Perhaps you are the retailer and rely on a supply chain to keep things moving smoothly. 

No matter where you are in the supply chain, you can take some steps to protect your business even during difficult times. The business Invesp reports 79% of companies with well-managed supply chains see greater than average revenue growth. Taking the time to tweak your supply chain is smart. 

Working from home looks set to stay for public sector employees

READING, UK. December 16th, 2020 – Many public sector employees look set to remain working from home for the long-term, as a result of the pandemic. Public sector leaders reported that working from home was here to stay with 45% of those surveyed believing that 70% or more of their formerly office-based employees would be allowed to continue to work from home in some capacity.

Reasons given included proof that working from home was more productive and that it allowed for a review of property use and the subsequent potential savings from reducing office space.

Bamboo Systems Granted UK Patent for ‘A System and Method for Bridging Computer Resources’

SAN JOSE, CA – December 15, 2020 – Bamboo Systems, a provider of revolutionary Arm-based servers architected to meet the needs of today’s software design and data center demands, today announced that it has been granted a patent from the UK Intellectual Property Office. Patent GB2574800 ‘A System and Method for Bridging Computer Resources’ permits different classes of data bridges between I/O resources while maintaining the compatibility of existing application interfaces. This means applications do not need to be rewritten to use vendor-specific hardware for a specific capability.

Increase in online shopping accelerating race for customer loyalty, research finds

London 10th, December, 2020: The Digital Business Collective (DBC), an initiative involving BORN, and dotdigital to help FMCG brands drive direct customer engagement by accelerating digital channels and initiatives, today announces the results of a study which found that the pandemic-induced boom in online sales has left FMCG brands vulnerable - with consumers more likely to buy own-brand products, and less likely to make spontaneous purchasing decisions when grocery shopping online.

Network attacks hit two-year high during pandemic despite shift to remote working

9 December 2020 – Network attacks and unique attack signatures both hit two-year highs between July and September this year, according to the latest Internet Security Report from WatchGuard Technologies. Findings from the research show that attacks detected grew to more than 3.3 million, representing a 90% increase over the previous quarter. The report reveals how COVID-19 has impacted the cyber security threat landscape, with evidence that attackers continue to target corporate networks despite the shift to remote working.