With the Middle East investing significantly in social media, the Internet of Things (IoT), smart mobile, gamification, and machine learning, it’s no surprise that a recent report commissioned by Microsoft and conducted by EY confirmed that 94% of our C-suite leaders consider an Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategy as an important topic.
Combined with 18% of UAE businesses considering AI their top digital priority, it’s critical that organizations of all shapes and sizes look at how machine learning can optimize their digital security. With the UAE expected to increase investment dramatically over the next three years, now is the time to actively start or build on discussions about machine learning.
Why? A growing number of executives are looking to AI to deliver greater operational efficiencies, drive down costs and increase their competitiveness.
Critically, even more are recognising the value it adds to their digital security.
Critical document governance has been central to Canon’s adoption of AI. Organizations are competing at lightning fast speeds, and so creating and sending of critical documents – whether internally or externally – needs to be swift, efficient and accurate.
Inaccuracies can have a negative impact commercially and legally, not to mention significantly damaging your reputation.
Our employment of AI in Canon solutions is specifically designed to deliver reliability and performance while cutting costs. In using machine learning to govern critical document management, we deliver organizations with greater control. Quality and accuracy is increased by ensuring documents are sent to the right place at the right time, while expenses are reduced.