I’ve had the opportunity throughout my career to work with amazingly talented technical individuals. The things they can do with computers in a relatively short period of time is impressive. I learn something new from them every day.
At Columbus Collaboratory, we work across all industries to develop cybersecurity and AI solutions that drive measurable business results. Collaboration is the cornerstone of our approach because it allows companies to accelerate learning, adopt best practices, and lower the time and risk associated with realizing business value from proven approaches and solutions.
Analytics and threat intelligence are two sides of the same coin when it comes to preparing your enterprise for the future. That’s why we encourage our clients to take part in annual workshops and programs that help ensure they are proactively addressing both.
In a recent Forbes article, contributor Gary Drenik spoke with Covail’s VP AI & Automation , Brian Sampsel, about how companies are responding to AI as a tool for business forecasting.
We’ve all heard promising statistics about how investing in data analytics can drive powerful returns, yet in a recent Bain survey of companies that are heavily invested in big data, a full third said they lack a clear strategy for embedding data and analytics into their companies.¹