“Decisions on systematic empirical evidence” – An interview about the importance of HR Analytics — Dinosaurs Will Die

HR Analytics is one of the main HR and Recruiting trends in 2017. However, it is also a very complex topic and I got the impression that most people do not really know what it is about and why it got so important. It’s high time to speak to an expert in this field. Continue reading “Decisions on systematic empirical evidence” – An interview about the importance of HR Analytics — Dinosaurs Will Die

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Crossing the chasm: Lessons learned in transitioning to the SaaS business model — EY Law

Read the full report here. The last decade has seen software buyers express ever-increasing preference for purchasing software as a service (SaaS). Most new entrants in the software space have been SaaS-native, but what about the thousands of software vendors that started out with traditional licensing models? How can they transition to SaaS? via Crossing the chasm: Lessons learned in transitioning to the SaaS business model — EY Law Continue reading Crossing the chasm: Lessons learned in transitioning to the SaaS business model — EY Law

Blockchain’s brilliant approach to cybersecurity — VentureBeat

Hackers can shut down entire networks, tamper with data, lure unwary users into cybertraps, steal and spoof identities, and carry out other devious attacks by leveraging centralized repositories and single points of failure. Source: Blockchain’s brilliant approach to cybersecurity | VentureBeat | Security | by Ben Dickson, TechTalks Continue reading Blockchain’s brilliant approach to cybersecurity — VentureBeat

LinkedIn is rolling out a free Tinder-style service to pair users with mentors — TechCrunch

LinkedIn, the Microsoft-owned social network for the working world with over 500 million users, has put a lot of effort into new areas of business like content, education and bringing on new users in emerging markets; but today it’s embarking on the roll out of a new service that plays squarely into the bread and butter of its business: looking for work. via LinkedIn is rolling out a free Tinder-style service to pair users with mentors — TechCrunch Continue reading LinkedIn is rolling out a free Tinder-style service to pair users with mentors — TechCrunch

‘Meat’ your blockchain – Enterprise Times — The Blockchain Daily Reporter and News Digest

A group of livestock farmers in Arkansas, supported by Heifer USA, is using blockchain technology so customers can tell where their dinner comes from – what you might call ‘meat’ your blockchain. The Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative will apply blockchain technology to trace its products from ‘farm to fork’. Its aim is to provide consumers with information about the origin and quality of the meat they buy. via ‘Meat’ your blockchain – Enterprise Times — The Blockchain Daily Reporter and News Digest Continue reading ‘Meat’ your blockchain – Enterprise Times — The Blockchain Daily Reporter and News Digest

Our favorite startups from 500 startups’ 21st class — Startups – TechCrunch

Another season, another group of startups presenting as part of 500 Startups’ 21st demo day. This time around, 29 companies pitched on stage at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. We noticed strong trends in healthcare focused businesses as well as startups tackling international markets out of the gate. via Our favorite startups from 500 startups’ 21st class — Startups – TechCrunch Continue reading Our favorite startups from 500 startups’ 21st class — Startups – TechCrunch

5 ways HR professionals can use technology to improve workplace productivity

Effective use of technology is critical to the success of any business. Whether in production, sales or administration, technology helps businesses to run more smoothly. It also enables employees to leverage their time and ability, to make more informed decisions, and to implement strategies more quickly. Continue reading 5 ways HR professionals can use technology to improve workplace productivity

For startups, VC funding is always in season — TechCrunch

We’ve entered the dog days of summer. For many, that means time on the beach, backyard barbecues and, if you’re like us, seeking out the blissful respite afforded by a solid air conditioning system. In the land of startups and venture capital, however, summer can mean something a bit different. via For startups, VC funding is always in season — TechCrunch Continue reading For startups, VC funding is always in season — TechCrunch