Software robots in the workplace

Written by Maureen Fleming in Software robots in the workplace on June 17, 2019
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Over the past couple of years, labor cost became more important to an enterprise's operations while operations teams were pressured to speed up cycle times. At the same type, robotic process automation (RPA) vendors provided a mechanism for automating tasks. The marriage between need and technology specifically targeted to meet that need sparked a wave of interest in automation around the world.

Written by Gautam Roy in Software robots in the workplace on May 30, 2019
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For the security maximalist in you, connect the dots with Robotics Process Automation (RPA) to simplify processes by seamlessly integrating Microsoft Active Directory (AD). There’s the process side of it, which provides secure authentication and authorization to users. And there’s the logical side of it–for bringing together components such as domains, trees, forests, organization units, and sites for administrators to regulate access.

Written by Gautam Roy in Software robots in the workplace on May 16, 2019
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In the world of Robotics Process Automation (RPA)–software robots are working as intelligently as humans.

So many users on so many devices, how do you keep track of all the activities? Who is running a bot? When did the bot start? When did the bot terminate? What changes were made to the systems?

Written by Gautam Roy in Software robots in the workplace on April 10, 2019
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Do your employees recognize a security risk when they see it? Most companies attempt to educate employees on cybersecurity awareness. However, each day brings new challenges due to the human element of falling prey to a phishing scams or manual errors. Thankfully, there is a non-human ally who can keep your cybersecurity network secure. Software robots (bots), who don’t require sleep or a lunch breaks, can now be deployed to be on duty night-and-day guarding against vulnerabilities while humans attend to more meaningful work.

Written by Sirisha Damarapati in Software robots in the workplace on April 4, 2019
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“Attended Automation: Robotic Process Automation that requires human intervention.” – Industry Analysts

Written by Avi Bhagtani in Software robots in the workplace on March 20, 2019
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has arrived, bringing in much needed support to enable our fast-paced lives. It happened so quickly that we no longer notice that AI is in play when Siri schedules our appointments, Alexa finds our music, and Facebook tags our photos. New AI-powered algorithms can even write music, make paintings, crack jokes, and create new scenarios for “The Flinstones.”