COVID-19 accelerated the predominance of online sales. The result is an increased need to personalize the shopper experience—not reduce it. Real-time segmentation that factors things like location, gender, and age are still important, but what’s more important is understanding specific consumer intent.
AI-driven solutions unleash insights about individual interests, motivations, and potential conversions.
Instead of bombarding customers with information based on common characteristics, personalization using AI makes shoppers feel seen and heard.
Why run Windows Server on Azure? Ellen Kirby, senior manager of Technical Operations and senior enterprise architect at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, talks about the benefits of running the law firm's Windows Servers on Azure and about leveraging Windows Admin Center for better management and automation.
With today's cyber-threat environment, cutting-edge security is critical. Surface was built to be a revolutionary on its performance and versatility, and Surface is one of the top devices in the security landscape. We know you need to empower your team to be their best without compromising security. Get to know Surface, and rest assured that your team's mobility and creativity are backed by best-in-class security.
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Attitudes toward the shift to cloud computing are changing—even in the banking world, which has been reluctant to make the transition from on-premises to the cloud due to customer data security concerns. The chief information officer (CIO) at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston noted recently that ignoring the cloud may introduce security vulnerabilities as on-premises vendors discontinue support for their products. Learn what executives are saying about how and why risk management needs to act now. Get up to speed on the benefits across the six stages of the life cycle for risk model development, and how Microsoft 365 can help build cloud computing infrastructures.