The surge in remote working and the rapid expansion of digital-business tools driven by the coronavirus pandemic are prompting employers to add a new qualification to enterprise-technology job postings: people skills.
Department of Homeland Security Inspector General Joseph Cuffari said in a report made public Monday that “known IT deficiencies” at the agency’s law enforcement arm prevented it from accurately tracking family members detained during the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy in 2018.
Mall operators, faced with a sharp downturn in foot traffic, are looking into the viability of converting empty commercial space into mini-fulfillment centers for their remaining retail tenants, technology vendors and analysts say.
Beginning in March, multidisciplinary teams with skills in medical imaging analysis and machine learning were critical for sifting through large Covid-19 data sets, said Jayashree Kalpathy-Cramer, scientific director at the Center for Clinical Data Science. The center is part of Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.
L’Oréal is attracting new customers and making new sales through e-commerce initiatives it has recently spearheaded to mitigate the effects of bricks-and-mortar store closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.