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    mc2i Group at the UNLEASH Conference & Expo on october 2018

    mc²i Group will be present at the next Unleash Conference & Expo on 23 and 24 October 2018.

    Article published on 17 octobre 2018

    Tagged : Human Ressources

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    mc2i Group at the next UNLEASH Conference & Expo on march 2018

    mc²i Group will be present at the next Unleash Conference in London on the 20th and 21st of March 2018.

    Article published on 5 March 2018

    Tagged : Human Ressources

  • Technical watch

    Can the cyber-attacks threaten the Digital world ?

    The entire world is becoming more and more digital, with data more and more sensitive. The last huge cyberattack that occurred in May 2017 demonstrates that all the domains and countries can be affected.

    Article published on 2 novembre 2017

    Tagged : Digital Strategy

  • Technical Watch

    Big Ben got UBER’ed

    It was the 17th of December and I needed to fetch my relatives at Heathrow Airport. Christmas was in the air and parties were at every nook; London's street was busy with shoppers, tourists and pub goers were enjoying the festivity of the season. I had three options to pick them up.

    Article published on 6 July 2017

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  • Technical Watch

    How to Engage People in Change Management

    In a world of increasing diversity, culture and competitiveness we are often faced with changes that affect the way we work and behave, this article will hopefully inform you on how to manage a change to become successful with the people it is impacting.

    Article published on 12 June 2017

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  • Technical Watch

    Impact of Big Data in Project Management

    Big Data is the buzzword used across a variety of industries, from the public sector to financial services, from oil & gas to education. The seemingly endless amount of data that can be analysed to allow management to make key strategic decisions has made Big Data a priority across all industries.

    Article published on 12 June 2017

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  • Technical Watch

    Quickly adapt to changing business needs using Agile Business Intelligence

    Traditional Business Intelligence tools based on Business Objects or Cognos enable trained users to create their own reports. In an environment where information and processes are in constant change, why not make this feature, usually reserved for expert users, available to every user by including them in the design of the Business Intelligence System? This is the challenge of Agile BI.

    Article published on 12 June 2017

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  • Technical Watch

    Big Data makes quite the revolution in Healthcare

    Innovation in technosciences is spreading fast in all medical fields. As the number of articles on these new technologies increases in Europe, the media and political coverage remains surprisingly low. These new technologies known as NBIC (Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Information technology, Cognitive technology) are expanding at an exponential rate, and will change the core practices in medicine in the next few years.

    Article published on 12 June 2017

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  • Technical watch

    How NHS and Assurance Maladie can optimize the emergence of IoT to provide a better service to their patients.

    The historical approach of our healthcare bodies have been dedicated to the treatment of illnesses once symptoms have shown. However, as life expectancy improves with the aide of developing technology, we start to see a change in expectations and requirements from both patients and individuals. So how can the development of IoT affect healthcare, and what benefits and challenges can we hope to see?

    Article published on 12 June 2017

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  • Technical watch

    A worldwide data warehouse to serve the Paris Climate Agreement bold ambition.

    The Paris Climate Agreement is aiming at reaching a low carbon future with a clear objective of maintaining the global average temperature increase below a 2°C limit. This agreement has been ratified by 115 Parties and business decisions have been made in order to promote low carbon energies. However, this bold, worldwide ambition requires all nations to work together and put in place the means to achieve it. The creation of modern and cooperative tools will enable a change from country centric policies to worldwide based initiatives.

    Article published on 12 June 2017

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