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MESSAGE FROM sajid A. khan

Founder of IT Community

Dear Group Members,

New technologies including artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality, the Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing, are driving adoption in rapid cycles. These new waves of technology, a growing cloud base and the radical geopolitical scene of 2020 are poised to challenge nations, industries, organizations and even individuals inadvertently.

Unfortunately, many companies are not well prepared to face these challenges, relying on security practices and baselines that are all over the map. For organizations relying on obsolete and inadequate IT systems that are rarely updated and barely protected, the risk of cyber-attack is higher than ever. Organizations must step up to the cyber threat challenges ahead by putting proactive missions into action by knowing what threats lurk ahead for our ever-evolving and advancing IT landscape.

Are you facing such challenges? Please join discussions at our communities and groups related to these challenges.

Thank you very much for your time and continued support.


Sajid A. Khan, Your Business Partner

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Emerging IT Trends in 2020

The technology world is continually evolving with new development cropping up all the time. With so much to consider, it can be difficult to decide on what to focus on. Any new technology has vulnerabilities that need to be worked on if the users are to fully harness its capabilities. Here are some of the top IT trends in 2020 that will likely make a strong impact. Do you agree with their importance?

Use Of Agile Methodology for IT Project

Agile is a skeleton that helps structure the work but does not dictate how you should lead the project. It encourages teams to self-organize, to find ways to work more efficiently, to simplify processes.

How Chatbots Are Revolutionizing the Hiring Experience

Imagine being able to apply for a job over text message in less than five minutes.

What Does “Artificial Intelligence” Really Mean?

AI is ultimately nothing more than humanity's effort to replicate its own cognitive capabilities in machines.

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MESSAGE FROM sajid A. khan

Founder of IT Community

Dear Group Members,

The holiday season is now over and it’s time to resume achieving your objectives for this year and beyond.

Analytics is probably the most important tool a company has to gain customer insights. This is why the Big Data industry is set to reach over $273 Billion by 2023 and so many have heavily invested in not only collecting data, but enabling data for the enterprise.

As AI and machine learning continue to develop, the way we use analytics also continues to grow and change. While in the past, businesses focused on harvesting descriptive data about their customers and products; now, they’re pulling both predictive and prescriptive learnings from the information they gather. We don’t always need complex algorithms running on our data. Sometimes we just want to know where our financials stand or how much traffic our social media pages are getting.

On behalf of MicroAgility, Inc., I wish you all the best for 2020.

Thank you very much for your time and continued support.

Best Regards,

Sajid A. Khan

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9 Ways the Internet Has Changed the Workplace

The changes in the workplace brought on by the internet will cause us to reinvent how we understand work. Yet while the internet has been common place in business and people's homes for at least the last 20 years, its influence often remains more with what we can do rather than what we are doing. But this is changing. A new era is on the horizon.

It's Time to Prepare for a Multi-Cloud Future

Business are increasingly turning to more than one provider for data storage.

Why 2020 Will Be The Year Enterprise Applications Go Cloud Native

Companies will soon be able to run their ERP applications more like a service, thanks to new native cloud capabilities.

AI in the Announcer’s Booth

Artificial intelligence could soon deliver sports commentary customized to a viewer’s preferences. And if robots can learn to do this sort of talking, the applications could be far-reaching.

CXO Series

Kim Ann Mink, Chairman, President and CEO Innophos

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