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26 Jan: Are You Ready For Hyperautomation?

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) RPA is the fastest growing segment in enterprise software, according to Gartner. Have you heard of hyperautomation? Gartner just named hyperautomation as its #1 strategic technology trend for 2020 (from their recently published “Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2020″ report). Hyperautomation builds on the momentum behind RPA, led by the democratization of automation…

24 Dec: CBP taps CACI for $1.8B modernization contract

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) A CBP Beagle named Frodo inspects bags of arriving passengers at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport. The CBP BEAGLE contract is something else. Customs and Border Protection has inked a $1.8 billion contract to modernize many of its back-office systems. Systems integrator CACI was awarded the CBP’s Border Enforcement Applications for Government Leading Edge IT, or…

21 Nov: Microsoft Aims To Upend The RPA (Robotic Process Automation) Market

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) RPA is the fastest growing segment in enterprise software, according to Gartner. As a result, the mega tech operators are looking at the market. SAP, for example, has acquired Contextor to bolster its efforts. And yes, it’s possible that IBM or Oracle may pursue a similar acquisition strategy. Microsoft will perhaps be the most…

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23 Oct: UiPath announces new tools and acquisitions to automate more business processes

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) Robotic processing automation firm UiPath Inc. announced a couple of key acquisitions at its Forward III conference in Las Vegas alongside a swath of improvements to its RPA platform. Backed by a billion dollars in venture capital funding, UiPath is one of the darlings of the booming RPA market, an emerging subset of artificial…

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24 Sep: Security Clearance Reform – Our nation depends on it

TAKE NOTE (Insights and Emerging Technology) Barely one year ago, the world of security clearances was in crisis. The backlog of investigations for individuals seeking a clearance was well over 700,000 — an all-time high. This backlog created a shortage of cleared workers, with critical government functions delayed or deferred. Recent actions have dramatically reduced the investigations backlog, now below…

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