Business savvy companies are always looking for new ways to get better value from their data. Unfortunately our industry has a historically poor track record in technological innovation compared with other industries, many of which have made large in [ ... ]
This week we took to Olympia, Kensington for the annual Health Efficiency through Technology (HETT) roadshow. As well as having the opportunity to showcase our Care and Health product, we welcomed the chance to knowledge share with the wealth of dele [ ... ]
When do leaders choose what is the right tool for the job and when are they persuaded not to?
Business leaders always have a set of ambitions or goals they intend to fulfil – that is the nature of leadership. Many will also be technology focus [ ... ]
Poor data quality and its consequences. How to avoid it?
Data is the lifeblood of any organisation. It’s potentially every company’s greatest asset. With the right data, the right business decisions can be made, customers and staff are better supported and every department can run more efficiently.
But as [ ... ]
How can one platform benefit companies using disparate systems and data sources?
Yet even now we’re well into the second decade of the 21st century, and platforms have been around for decades, nearly all companies have problems with their IT infrastructure, and the pain of fragmented IT systems and vital data sat in silos.
There [ ... ]
The total cost of trips has for years been the business travel industry’s ‘unicorn’. Everyone knows what it is but no-one has ever seen it.
To date, companies have used traditional methodologies to try and calculate the total cost of a business trip [ ... ]
The risks of unprotected data management for travel managers
Why your database is the next ticking timebomb if measures aren’t put in place to protect traveller information
At the end of 2015, some of the world’s most renowned hotel chain including Starwood Hotel & Resorts, Hilton, and Hyatt announced they [ ... ]
Travel buyers have been urged to ensure they receive good quality data from their suppliers by including it in their contracts.
Mat Orrego, CEO of US-based travel technology firm Cornerstone, said that buyers need to secure a flow of clean and accura [ ... ]
We’ve recently learnt that another SSL vulnerability has been discovered. Nicknamed “DROWN”, this vulnerability attacks SSLv2 where available and, if successful, can be used to decrypt traffic using the newer TLS protocols.
Pi has a proactive approac [ ... ]
Why the ‘three As’ should replace the ‘four Vs’ of big data.
Most IT professionals are aware of the four Vs of big data, but only three are actually relevant.
Most CIOs know and understand the ‘four Vs’ of big data – veracity, variety, volume and velocity – which describe and define arguably the biggest shift [ ... ]