How Blockchain is Revolutionizing the Education Industry Blockchain is a powerful technology that has transformed the way companies conduct their businesses. It has revolutionized several industries like finance, healthcare, land documentation, supply chain, and so on. Now, it is entering the education sector. The education sector is embracing this revolutionary tech trend because of the integrity and security it offers. This distributed ledger technology can positively impact the education sector regarding accountability and transparency. Ever since blockchain technology has entered the education industry, the demand for education app development services has augmented, and they have been a perfect match forever. What Is Blockchain? To better understand how blockchain can revolutionize the education sector, let’s first comprehend what blockchain is. Blockchain is a peer-to-peer distributed ledger technology that stores, shares, and secures digital data in a way that is … [Read more...] about Leverage Blockchain with the Best eLearning App Development Services
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Mateus Hernandes Rodrigues—Director of International Operations at DB1 Global Software . Under development by the Federal Reserve, FedNow is a U.S. instant payment service designed to provide a fast, safe and efficient way for individuals and businesses to conduct real-time financial transactions. Inspired by the Brazilian PIX, in my previous article, Five Lessons From Brazil For Implementing FedNow , I mentioned some preparations that technology companies may have. I will now provide more detailed information on key resources, stakeholders and technical information about the service. Unlike other instant payment methods, such as PayPal, FedNow is being developed and operated by the Federal Reserve rather than a private company. This means that it will be supervised directly by the institution and will be subject to the same regulations and supervision as other payment systems that are operated by it. The … [Read more...] about On The FedNow Service: What To Expect From The First Version
Over the past two days, I must have had 20 conversations with people anxious about the impacts of AI on their work and livelihoods. Of course, I might have been seeking out those conversations because, as an academic and contributor to several business publications, I am also anxious! Creators, artists, coaches, programmers, doctors, writers, experts, and thought leaders are grappling with the implications of generative AI such as ChatGPT , DALL-E , and other advanced AI products on their jobs, passions, and income. On the one hand, it may seem like a dream come true. You can benefit from AI helping you work faster. Perhaps, better. On the other hand: So does everyone else and their hamster. Especially since it seems that anyone can look like an expert and creator with the help of AI. It can, after all, write a job application good enough to be short-listed, pass portions of the U.S. medical licensing exam and the bar exam , produce code , text, and sellable art … [Read more...] about Does ChatGPT mean the end of ‘thought leaders’?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Professor of IO Psychology. CEO of fitt , a multi-method digital talent platform. In my work leading talent assessments, one of the most frequent questions I get asked by organizations is, "What role does personality play in job success?" Whether I am conducting talent reviews for succession planning in a corporate environment, advising a company on a hiring decision or giving feedback coaching for leadership development, there is always a keen interest in understanding the personality makeup of a candidate and whether or not this will have an impact on performance in a role. At the risk of giving the standard psychologist rendition of “there is no right or wrong answer,” the honest response is: It depends. Personality assessment in work settings is nothing new. Used first by the military to gauge the battle readiness of soldiers, tools have evolved over time, become more sophisticated and branched into … [Read more...] about Personality And Job Success: How To Separate The Method From The Madness
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Sudheesh is CEO of ThoughtSpot . Prior to joining ThoughtSpot, Sudheesh was President at Nutanix. There’s long been debate in the business world over whether good products create happy consumers or happy consumers drive good products. In recent years, the technology industry has shifted to embracing the second philosophy, especially through the pandemic and current economic turmoil. As the market gets tougher, investments in new technology become leaner. Technology partners will only succeed if what they offer truly makes an impact. Shaping these requires the right approach to a longtime staple of Silicon Valley business—the customer advisory board. Getting value from a customer advisory board (CAB) requires a strategic approach and a programmatic framework built around four stages: 1. Set expectations. What do you intend to get out of your customer advisory board? You may not need a CAB at all, or you might … [Read more...] about The Startup CEO’s Guide To Building A Successful Customer Advisory Board
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin As CEO at ABusiness and SAP Architect, Jas helps enterprises solve SAP Integration challenges with over 200+ projects delivered. In the modern digital world, system integrations are key to ensuring that your business continues to run smoothly. However, with so many different types of middleware available from vendors like SAP, MuleSoft, Informatica, Boomi and Microsoft, it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. To help you select the right middleware for your organization, let’s take a look at what goes into choosing a middleware and the different options available. What is middleware? Middleware is a tool that connects two or more applications together by allowing them to share data and services. By using middleware, organizations can quickly and easily integrate their existing systems with new ones without having to create costly custom solutions from scratch. This makes it easier and more … [Read more...] about How To Select The Right Middleware Solution: SAP Integration Suite Or MuleSoft?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin While the world was a different place in 2014 when Congressman and recent Vice-Presidential candidate Paul Ryan emerged with his analysis and critique of the War on Poverty and the vast array of programs that emerged from it. What hasn’t seemed to change in the intervening decade is that the discussion over approaches to solving poverty still revolve around a dichotomy between approaches that rely on government programs and interventions and those that lean more on economic growth in the private sector. This characterization might be dismissed as overly simplistic, but the discussions then and now about housing, for example, almost always end up about money; do people in poverty need the benefits of more spending on government funding housing or the benefit of lower prices created by a more competitive market. It’s worth looking at the broad conversation Ryan sparked before digging into the details. When Ryan held the … [Read more...] about Series: Ryan Critique Of Poverty Programs Sparked Usual Battle Over Spending
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Mike is the Co-Founder and CEO of Dealpath , a cloud-based software platform for commercial real estate investment and development teams. Investors who want to compete in the new real estate game are approaching business with a new framework—one that gives them speed, foresight and agility. Nearly every week we read about institutional investors like Brookfield, Starwood or Blackstone acquiring another big real estate portfolio or raising a new multi-billion dollar fund. They’ve enhanced the way they do business to adapt to the times—operating at scale with speed and precision despite market volatility. They’re playing what I think of as the new real estate game. Major companies have learned to cut through the " noise " by using data to focus on what the real estate market is telling them. Thanks to a new landscape of proptech, data is now easier to gather, collaborate around and draw insights from than it … [Read more...] about The New Real Estate Game: A Future-Ready Framework For CRE Investment
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Over the next six months, starting in March, the city of Hong Kong will be giving away 500,000 air tickets for free as part of its “Hello Hong Kong” campaign to revitalize its tourism sector. The new global promotional campaign — in the works for more than two years — was launched on February 2 by Hong Kong’s leader, John Lee Ka-chiu, as the city reopens to international travelers. “Hello Hong Kong” is the result of a government relief package that was given to airlines at the height of the pandemic “to ease their liquidity pressure,” according to the Hong Kong Airport Authority. “Hong Kong will pay for your plane ticket to visit in 2023,” boasts the headline in Time Out Hong Kong adding that “the Hong Kong tourist board had announced plans to give away half a million free plane tickets, and now it’s finally, officially happening.” MORE FROM FORBES Ranked: The 32 Best Villages Of The World To Visit … [Read more...] about Want To Visit Hong Kong? Half Million Air Tickets For Free: How To Get Them
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin NextEra Energy Inc. stock (NYSE: NEE), a provider of electricity-related energy services, has declined by 11% over the last ten trading days (two weeks) and currently stands at around $74. Its principal subsidiary, FPL, is a rate-regulated utility engaged primarily in the generation, distribution, transmission, and sale of electric energy. Investors were underwhelmed by NextEra’s results and outlook for 2023. While Q4 operating revenue grew to $6.16 billion (up from $5.05 billion in the year-ago period), it missed analysts’ expectations for $6.3 billion in revenue. However, adjusted earnings grew by 24% year-over-year (y-o-y) to $0.51 per share and were above analyst expectations of $0.49 per share. Looking ahead, the company mentioned that it will continue growing at a healthy rate for a utility, albeit at a slower pace than last year. It anticipates adjusted earnings to rise in the range of $2.98 to $3.13 per share this year, … [Read more...] about NextEra Energy’s Stock To Likely Rebound After Falling 11% Over Ten Days