Digital Transformation

Digital labor, regtech and insurtech: Opportunities or threats?

Digitalization has come a long way in the past few years, moving from buzzword to strategic imperative. Driven by a quest for efficiency and effectiveness, and by the growing demands and expectations of customers, regulators and other stakeholders, it now touches almost every part of our businesses.
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No trust, no economy: Why eIDAS / ZertES certification matters

Using eSignatures and eID – key building blocks of the digital market – reduces costs, improves efficiency, grows revenue and prevents fraud. Thanks to the EU’s eIDAS regulation, the private sector has had a solid regulatory environment to develop the use of electronic signatures and transactions in the EU. What are the benefits of certification?
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Largest-ever IT leadership study shows CIO’s growing strategic influence

Turbulent times see technology leaders get to grips with digital by focusing on consistency and stability as well as fostering innovation. Meanwhile, more CEOs and boards are turning to their CIOs for help in navigating the uncertainties, threats and opportunities in todays’ digital world.
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Next curve in cyber security threatens to overwhelm Swiss companies

Cyber-attacks are a reality for most Swiss companies. But cyber security falls short when facing the new perils arising in connection with the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. For the third consecutive year, our study “Clarity on Cyber Security” provides some insight into how Swiss organizations deal with new challenges.
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Industrial controls: Swiss are ahead of the game

The combination of smart machines and big data could potentially increase productivity and drive enormous economic benefits – changing the face of the economy. Switzerland’s ready to play a key role in building and operating such complex and mission critical systems for companies around the world.
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Dossier électronique du patient: lancement de Santé 4.0

Beaucoup d’hôpitaux suisses réalisent un rendement insuffisant. Leur marge EBITA est actuellement inférieure à 10%. Et à partir du mois d’avril, ils feront face à un nouveau défi: l’introduction du dossier électronique du patient. Celui-ci pourrait toutefois servir de catalyseur pour le système de suisse.
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