Have you ever heard of the Japa syndrome? If you haven’t, you must be leaving under a noise-cancelling rock somewhere. “Japa”, a Nigerian slang for ‘running away’ is now fittingly associated with a popular trend, Nigerians escaping the hardship of the country.
Data is the new oil. The world is going digital fast, and the data race has begun. With the digital transformation of businesses accelerating, organisations are increasing their investments in AI and Big Data technologies to gain a competitive edge.
In 2021,” going digital” is inarguably the best decision that any business can make. The benefits are numerous, spanning from reduced costs to exposure to new opportunities, adapting better to the new remote work culture, and increased prospects of upscaling businesses.
Since the start of the third industrial revolution – also known as the digital revolution age – in the mid 20th century, businesses and corporate organisations have always adopted improved ways to function digitally.
The big data analytics market is predicted to reach $103 billion by 2023, and the market has grown by 20 per cent this year alone. Many companies use big data creatively to gain insights that enable them to become and remain competitive in their field.
The year is coming to a close, and you know what that means: it’s time to think about how you want your business to end in 2022. Whether you’re looking at the future or just trying to get through this week
The year is gradually winding down and some companies are already setting out plans for next year that will position them ahead of their competition. Whatever plan it is, business owners must make adopting the following easy-to-use tech solutions as the number one plan for 2023. Interconnected management Software The world is changing at a […]