In many countries, retail has been right at the centre of the coronavirus storm. Some retailers – those selling essential goods – have been unable or barely able to keep up with demand. Other sectors, notably clothes and luxury goods, have seen a complete drop-off in demand. Some retailers have
Few of us expected to experience problems with retailers during the lockdown. Most people have, after all, been happily buying online for years. Why would anything change just because some physical shops closed for a while, or some people could not go out? However, the challenges went a bit deeper
Adoption of the Artificial Intelligence of Things has never been more relevant for both industry and governments. A recent study by IDC and SAS found that a significant predictor of organizational ability to deliver value from the IoT is the use of AI. This is likely to become even more
La pandemia del COVID-19 está teniendo importantes consecuencias en la economía a nivel mundial. Durante la fase de recuperación de la normalidad, la necesidad de establecer medidas de distanciamiento social y evitar aglomeraciones para minimizar riesgos de contagio será especialmente difícil de integrar en la vida diaria de grandes urbes,
Governments, industry and academia are coming together to find solutions to the problems caused by COVID-19, which emerged in the city of Wuhan, China, in December 2019. Unsurprisingly, the life sciences and health care sectors are at the heart of the work. Health care may make most of the headlines,
SAS Covid-19 Taskforce bietet kostenlose Handlungsempfehlungen für Unternehmen. Was sagen Ihnen die vorhandene Daten für jetzt und für die Zeit danach?
We've set up a Covid-19 task force to support you during this crisis. We offer free consultations and can provide recommendations.
In some cases, recovery provides immunity to future infections, however the evidence currently available for COVID-19 cannot confirm this immunity stage.
By this point you may be wondering whether the so-called hill that represents the move to operationalization may actually be a mountain.