Sat.Jan 11, 2020

The Finanser’s Week: 23rd December 2019 – 12th January 2020

Chris Skinner

The main blog headlines are … Welcome to 2020: What’s new? Welcome to 2020. It’s a new day. It’s a new year. It’s a new decade. And yes, I’m feeling good.

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Giving Financial Independence The Royal Treatment

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For Americans, who didn’t grow up with a constitutional monarchy in place, the various ins-and-outs of the British royal family are a fun, if occasionally confusing, spectacle to watch from a distance.

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Ghosn Press Conference

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After fleeing from Japan, former Nissan/Renault CEO, Carlos Ghosn held an extraordinary press conference in Lebanon. Corporate governance economic sanctions France Japan Nissan Renault

Travelex Checking Employees’ Computers For Signs Of Ransomware

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Some employees of Travelex , a company that was recently hit with a ransomware attack, were forced to hand over their laptops to technicians to see if their machines were infected and whether they can be fixed, according to a report by the Financial Times.

Intelligent Process Automation: Boosting Bots with AI and Machine Learning

Across all sectors, companies are learning that they can transform their businesses by embracing Intelligent Process Automation, or IPA. With the pairing of AI and RPA, IPA adds a new layer of intelligent decision-making processes to automated RPA tasks. By automating repetitive work, and adding the ability to automate intelligent decision making, intelligent automation frees up your most valuable resources – your employees – to spend more time on higher value and more strategic work. But in order to reap the rewards of Intelligent Process Automation, organizations must first educate themselves and prepare for the adoption of IPA. In our ebook, Intelligent Process Automation: Boosting Bots with AI and Machine Learning.

Travelex Checking Employees’ Computers For Signs Of Ransomware

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Some employees of Travelex , a company that was recently hit with a ransomware attack, were forced to hand over their laptops to technicians to see if their machines were infected and whether they can be fixed, according to a report by the Financial Times.