Instead of laying off employees, and skimping on the little niceties in an effort to reduce overhead a company can invest in the right technologies and the right processes. Reducing costs does not have to mean reducing service quality, you can, in fact, improve the quality of your products and services while reducing your costs and increasing your revenue.
Recently, I have noticed an uptick in the anxiety over workflow automation and job destruction by technology. It's in the news, on blogs, on Facebook. In short, everywhere you look people seem to believe the robots are coming for their jobs. Well, if you are one of these people, I have good news and bad news for you. the bad news is you are right! The good news is you are right! There
"Hay google, I am almost home"..... Nothing a little louder now "Hay Google:.... Still silence "damn it! half screaming now "HAY GOOGLE" Still my phone and it's "virtual smart assistant" greets me with nothing but silence. Frustrated and muttering to my self I turn to look out the window only to realize, Damn my window is open and what stares back at me is a 75 year old women slowly shaking her head at me with a disapproving look on her face,
In recent months the conversation in the public sphere about our nations critical infrastructure and lack of cybersecurity as increased sharply. The media and the public at large are finally realizing that there is an issue, a Big issue, and perhaps more important legislators are finally starting to realize it as well.