Technology & Data

Who Will Finish First in the Race for Autonomous Vehicles?

Aug 2017

Who Will Finish First in the Race for Autonomous Vehicles?

Across key global markets, the launch of the driverless car is bogged down by regulations. Here’s what this projected $1.5 trillion industry can do to get in the fast lane.

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An Owner’s Manual for Investing in the Connected Car

Jul 2017

An Owner’s Manual for Investing in the Connected Car

The relationship between vendor and driver is about to become interactive. By 2025, the market is estimated to be more than $100 billion a year.

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Avoiding the Legal Traps When Migrating Your Corporate Data to Microsoft Office 365

Aug 2017

Avoiding the Legal Traps When Migrating Your Corporate Data to Microsoft Office 365

You don’t need a lawyer to make the transition to Microsoft Office 365. But it sure helps.

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Is Your Company Ready For the Robot Revolution?

Jun 2017

Is Your Company Ready For the Robot Revolution?

Robotic Process Automation is revolutionizing industry by handling repetitive back-office operations once done only by humans. Should you join the early adopters?

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Huge Payoffs for Hackers Targeting the C-Suite

Apr 2017

Huge Payoffs for Hackers Targeting the C-Suite

Business Email Compromise is a highly sophisticated fraud costing businesses billions each year. Here’s how it works, and the strategies for risk-reduction and recovery executives must consider now.

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Death of the Travelling Salesman?

Feb 2017

Death of the Travelling Salesman?

The growth of programmatic ad sales has the potential to displace, but not obliterate, sales organizations. Adapting to the new reality is the key to thriving.

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One Continent. One Market. One Click?

Dec 2016

One Continent. One Market. One Click?

The European Commission’s plan to create a digital single market that cuts across the national boundaries of the continent and boosts competition is gaining momentum. Now if the EC can just overcome those annoying regulatory hurdles...

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Third-Party Vendors: Love ’Em or Leave ’Em

Oct 2016

Third-Party Vendors: Love ’Em or Leave ’Em

Banks are increasingly outsourcing services to third-party vendors, which introduces all kinds of business risks. Here’s how banks can get a grip on that relationship and manage the anxiety.

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Why Augmented Reality is Making the Insurance Industry’s Head Spin

Aug 2016

Why Augmented Reality is Making the Insurance Industry’s Head Spin

The explosive popularity of Pokémon GO and the risks it presents to users and developers has the insurance industry watching carefully.

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Five Things Keeping Retailers Up at Night

Jul 2016

Five Things Keeping Retailers Up at Night

An FTI survey of retail industry executives across the country reveals concerns about the future of shopping in America. Still, there’s room for optimism. What’s going on in the aisles?

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How Will the Internet of Things Finally Start Paying Off?

Aug 2016

How Will the Internet of Things Finally Start Paying Off?

Here’s why companies are still searching for a way to capitalize on the IOT phenomenon—and three strategies they can employ now.

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Poll: What is your top concern when buying online ads?

May 2016

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Quiz: How Vulnerable is the Power Grid to Cyber Attack?

Jul 2016

Quiz: How Vulnerable is the Power Grid to Cyber Attack?

It’s only a matter of time before the U.S. power grid comes under cyber attack by hostile nation-states or rogue hackers. Yet the electric utility industry is remarkably unprepared. What’s holding the industry back? Find out by taking our revealing true or false quiz.

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Social Media Analytics: The New Edge in Litigation

Apr 2016

Social Media Analytics: The New Edge in Litigation

The public's penchant for sharing connections and comments via social media is proving to be fertile ground in litigation support. Here's how social media analytics can unveil critical insights.

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The Rise of Analytics in E-discovery:

Dec 2015

The Rise of Analytics in E-discovery:

There were just over 295,000 civil suits filed in U.S. district courts in 2014, an increase of 4 percent over 2013. On top of that, there were another 81,000 criminal cases (including fraud) filed.

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Mobile Health: In the Middle of the Beginning

Jul 2015

Mobile Health: In the Middle of the Beginning

Healthcare and life sciences, more than any other sector in the world, are in an intense period of innovation and change. New science, technologies, regulations and reimbursement policies are pushing providers, payers and patients to rethink ...

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The Adoption Curve: How Professors Learn About Change

May 2015

The Adoption Curve: How Professors Learn About Change

The study of why and how people adopt new ways of doing things goes back decades. Innovation and marketing experts like Everett M. Rogers and Geoffrey A. Moore made "early adopters" and "laggards" familiar terms to describe those who do or do not embrace the new.

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Countering the Growing Threat of Cyber Blackmail

May 2015

Countering the Growing Threat of Cyber Blackmail

Extortion and blackmail have been around for centuries. Until recently, obtaining the hidden notes, secret plans and embarrassing photographs that were used to extract money from victims...

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Five Questions to Ask Before Your Next Healthcare Data Breach

Mar 2015

Five Questions to Ask Before Your Next Healthcare Data Breach

In early February 2015, Anthem, one of America’s largest health insurers, revealed that it had been attacked, with the personal information of some 80 million people exposed.

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The Rise of Telemedicine: Yes, There’s a Virtual Doctor in the House

Feb 2015

The Rise of Telemedicine: Yes, There’s a Virtual Doctor in the House

As late as the 1960s, doctors often went to patient homes. A decade later, comparing something with “a doctor’s house call” had become a sarcastic comment on the loss of the personal touch.

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How Big Data and Analytics Are Disrupting the Financial Sector

Jan 2015

How Big Data and Analytics Are Disrupting the Financial Sector

Executives at a European financial services firm had a clear vision. The company would create a data analytics application for all the markets it served. The company would collect data...

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Drilling For A Social Media Strategy

Sep 2014

Drilling For A Social Media Strategy

Long disparaged as a forum for sharing silly videos and endless opining, social media channels like Twitter and Facebook are becoming increasingly important to energy company bottom lines.

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Managing Cyber Risk: Job #1 for Directors and General Counsel

Jul 2014

Managing Cyber Risk: Job #1 for Directors and General Counsel

The results of the FTI Consulting 2014 Law in the Boardroom Study, conducted with NYSE Governance Services, publisher of Corporate Board Member magazine.

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In Case of Emergency, Open Browser

Jul 2014

In Case of Emergency, Open Browser

In 2010, the state of Nevada determined that its emergency preparedness for schools was struggling to comply with mandates and directives from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Presidential Decision Directives and the U.S. Department of Education.

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Clinical Integration: Collaborating for Value-Based Care

May 2014

Clinical Integration: Collaborating for Value-Based Care

Bringing together physicians, hospitals and clinics under one umbrella can bring real benefits to patients, doctors and payers.

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A Roadmap for Healthcare Convergence

May 2014

A Roadmap for Healthcare Convergence

The U.S. healthcare industry is undergoing a wave of radical change and disruptive innovation.

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Searching for Value: Equity Market Valuations Home and Away

Feb 2014

Searching for Value: Equity Market Valuations Home and Away

U.S. equity markets have bounced back, and market valuation metrics now appear stretched even as prospective returns on investment are being compressed. Are U.S. equities overvalued?

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Calling Dr. Data

Nov 2013

Calling Dr. Data

Many hospitals and physician groups in the United States are confronting new forms of reimbursement that seek to curb the upward spiral of healthcare costs. These forms of reimbursement are putting revenues at risk.

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Angels in the Analytics

Nov 2013

Angels in the Analytics

Boston Medical Center was the city’s largest safety-net provider. But with healthcare insurance reform, state funding dried up, and hospital revenue was in free-fall. Here’s how it turned a 2010 operating loss of $34 million into a $2.5 million gain in two years by deploying advanced analytics to inform decision-making at all levels.

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Population Health Management to the Rescue

Oct 2013

Population Health Management to the Rescue

Late last year, a large U.S. regional health plan faced one of its toughest challenges in decades.

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Rx for Transformation

Sep 2013

Rx for Transformation

Strategies and tactics to succeed in the turbulent U.S. healthcare market

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The Big Steal

Sep 2013

The Big Steal

In a recent White House speech, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder quoted a security professional who quipped that "there are only two categories of companies affected by trade secret theft: those that know they’ve been compromised, and those that don’t."

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In Any Event

Sep 2013

In Any Event

The hurricane is not the risk. The risk is that the hurricane will disrupt your business. There’s not much you can do about the hurricane; there’s a lot you can do to make sure your business can recover.

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Nowhere to Hide

Jul 2013

Nowhere  to Hide

With the U.S. government cracking down on Medicare fraud, self-screening offers a smart way for healthcare providers to assess and reduce their risks.

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Better Healthcare Through Clinical Integration

Jun 2013

Better Healthcare Through Clinical Integration

A Discussion with Singing River Health System Facilitated by Phil Polakoff, M.D., FTI Consulting Chief Medical Executive

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Blocking The Breach

Apr 2012

Blocking The Breach

Up to 90% of U.S. companies have been hacked. By teaming with law enforcement to catch and prosecute hackers, companies can reduce their cybercrime risk.

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The Data Conundrum

Apr 2012

The Data Conundrum

Develop protocols now to comply with court data demands without breaching privacy laws.

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The Asset Tracers

Apr 2012

The Asset Tracers

How FTI Consulting combines sophisticated data analysis with classic investigative skills to help clients fight fraud

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The Threat From Inside

Apr 2012

The Threat From Inside

Companies face serious risks from employee intellectual property theft. To protect themselves, they need strong onboarding and exiting policies, plus computer forensics expertise.

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The Need for Speed

Oct 2009

Access to high-speed Internet service is fast becoming a necessity that consumers cannot live without. Nonetheless, a sizeable minority remain unconnected. With policymakers working on efforts to make broadband more widely available and affordable, a recent report by Compass Lexecon, an FTI subsidiary, helps to inform the debate.

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Truth in Advertising

Oct 2009

Truth in Advertising

In a comprehensive look at advertising spending, new research by FTI says that the market will not recover to 2008 levels until 2014 and examines the disruptive influence of the Internet on more traditional forms of advertising.

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