As a company that helps businesses automate processes using technology called Robotic Process Automation (RPA), we are acutely aware of the real impact that this robot revolution is having on workers. We have seen and heard from our customers at Fortune 500 companies about the ways in which automation is driving change across their workforces, and there’s a lot of silver lining to these clouds. Here are a few ways digital workers are positively upending businesses today and improving the workplace for all. … [Read more...] about Robots are not the job killers we all feared
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Keynote: a no-brainer for Mac users Apple’s house-built Keynote software is easy to learn, not insanely difficult to master, and at the end of the day, produces good-looking presentations. What more could you ask for? Well, the main drawback here, of course, is that it’s only available for Apple’s own hardware. If you find yourself in that camp, though, it’s a free download for all your Cupertino-designed devices. There are plenty of handsome templates to leverage, you can collaborate in real time with team members (even PC users via the web), and accessing your presentation across all your iDevices is pretty seamless thanks to iCloud integration. … [Read more...] about These 4 powerful PowerPoint alternatives won’t cost you a dime
An able replacement for cable Curious about cutting the cord but not sure where to start? Google’s YouTube TV service has a good mix of local channels, popular networks, broad device support, and unlimited DVR recordings—all for around $50 a month. You’ll be able to clear out all that cable-box clutter and dodge all those pesky little add-on fees without missing many (or any) of the shows and networks you’re currently watching. As with other streaming services for cord cutters, the best part about YouTube TV is that you can try it for free and cancel without penalty. So if it’s not working for you, just cancel it in a few taps and move on. … [Read more...] about 8 great Google services you didn’t know you needed
It estimated that funds from operations (FFO) adjusted net leverage will improve to 2.3-2.4 times in FY20 and to around 2.0x in FY21 - excluding $6.3 billion in deferred spectrum costs - below 2.5 times, the threshold above which it may consider negative rating action. … [Read more...] about Fitch Ratings takes Bharti Airtel off ‘watch negative’; affirms BBB- rating
But since Trump entered office, he’s sought to undermine, roll back and rewrite the legacy of his predecessor, President Barack Obama. So it’s plausible that the order is a direct reaction to a “building boom” that happened under President Obama and was funded via the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. During this period, the Obama administration helped promote a diverse range of innovative and cutting-edge federal buildings, from Kieran Timberlake’s U.S. Embassy in London to the new U.S. courthouse in Austin, Texas. … [Read more...] about Was Trump’s draft order on classical buildings really about Obama?