Technology Insights newsletter no. 4 | KPMG | DK

Technology Insights newsletter no. 4

Technology Insights newsletter no. 4

Our newsletter provides insights into current topics within the world of IT covering aspects from strategy to execution and follow-up.

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Welcome to our newsletter

This fourth edition provides valuable insights on the following subjects:
 

  • Introducing KPMG NewTech: Delivering the future of your organisation 
  • Passwords do not work – and they will not die
  • Digital labour – introducing your new colleagues
  • Collaborating with Vejdirektoratet on developing a new digital solution for traffic information
  • Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey 2017
  • NewTech Breakfast Seminar: Demystifying artificial intelligence


KPMG is well established in the Danish market, and we have a strong team that focuses on IT advisory services. KPMG in Denmark is part of the global KPMG network, and we have more than 250 IT consultants in the Nordic countries. If you are interested in hearing more about the following topics or other advisory services, please contact us.

You can find further information about KPMG here.

 

Introducing KPMG NewTech: Delivering the future of your organisation – today

KPMG in Denmark has recently launched a new unit that will deliver the future to your organisation - today.

If you are interested in learning about how the following cutting-edge technologies can drive value creation in your organisation…
 

  • Machine learning
  • Virtual assistants
  • Robotics Process Automation
  • The Internet of Things (IoT)


…then click here to meet KPMG NewTech!

Contact Bent Dalager, Partner, NewTech Advisory for more information.

 

Passwords do not work – and they will not die

Despite clear conclusions from the research community, business approaches to passwords are still founded on outdated myths. When cyber adversaries attempt to breach password-based security mechanisms they rarely take a brute force approach, but instead employ techniques that rely on the inherent weaknesses of human beings.

Contact Kasper Carøe, Partner, IT Advisory for more information.

Digital labour – introducing your new colleagues

Possibilities with digital labour advance exponentially with underlying technologies, and especially the era of artificial intelligence is pushing the boundaries for what is possible. In KPMG, we seek to define digital labour and pro-vide practical solutions for companies. If you want to get started deploying digital labour, we will go the extra mile when becoming your preferred partner.

Contact Morten Klitgaard Friis, Partner CIO Adviosry for more information

Collaborating with Vejdirektoratet on developing a new digital solution for traffic information

KPMG is currently collaborating with Vejdirektoratet (the Danish Road Directorate) on a project to develop a joint digital operations setup for traffic information on the Danish road network provided by the local authorities and the Road Directorate. This project is solved by using KPMG's latest methods and tools within complex and agile digitalisation projects.

Contact Jakob Blicher-Hansen, Partner, Infrastructure, Government & Health

This article is in Danish.

 
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Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey 2017

In cooperation with Harvey Nash, KPMG has prepared the largest and most respected CIO Survey on the market. Last year, almost 3,400 CIOs from 82 countries participated, and this year we would like your input once again. When participating you will get an example of the full report and a personal benchmark report - a document, unique to you, comparing your key survey responses with your CIO Peer group.


Click here to participate in this year's Survey.

If questions, please contact Morten Klitgaard Friis.
 

Conferences and events

Demystifying artificial intelligence: Machine learning in Banking & Insurance

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have been hot topics in the tech press over the past year; yet financial services companies are uncertain when it comes to incorporating these into their own processes. However, the KPMG NewTech team is here to clear the fog and provide some insight on how machine learning can be practically applied in your context. Therefore, we invite you to a breakfast seminar on the morning of 9 February 2017, where we will introduce the topic in practical terms for financial services companies and then walk through (and demo) a few use cases to show how it can be applied in your company.

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