Enterprises have long strived to carry out digital transformation—the transition of workflows and processes from physical medias into completely digital domains. There’s no doubt the pandemic propelled many organizations to take the much-needed shift head-on. With workers forced to work remote, some operations temporarily ceasing, and other operations scrambling to find safe ways to deliver goods and services, workflows had to change. In some cases, customer experience did too.
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Many in the world—and I count myself among them—are well into the era of verbally conversing with machines. I speak, of course, about voice-enabled digital assistants. Whether you address yours as “Siri,” “Google,” “Alexa,” or something else, controlling and querying computers in the way Gene Rodenberry imagined in the original 1966 Star Trek series is now a typical piece of 21st century life. My grandchildren will never know a time without conversant boxes sitting on the counter.
Demands to make the complex simple are a constant in any engineering domain, particularly in the software realm. Systems should produce immediate, spectacular results ...
Genus is aware of the recently disclosed Apache Log4j2 vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) and the impact this may have on your organization as a widely used open-source Java logging utility. While we are currently working with a number of customers on this issue, we wanted to proactively post information for all of our customers for their review.