The voice of our experts and market leaders on how to promote the use of technology for the common good: Tech for Good.
BABEL is a multinational technology consultancy specialising in applying its services and technological know-how to the digital acceleration processes of its clients, large companies and public bodies, with 2,700 highly qualified professionals in 14 countries.
In the next ten years it is expected that technological progress will be greater than what we have experienced in the last hundred years
This year 2022 is proving to be a time of huge changes for everyone, in social terms and economically, culturally and, in general, in all aspects we observe. Babel cannot remain unaffected by these changes and so we must adapt in all areas of action in order to continue to bring the greatest possible value to all our interlocutors.
In the professional field, and with a major impact on the social sphere, one of the major changes has probably been the implementation of remote working in a large part of the professional sectors where the activity does not require a physical presence, no longer as a possibility but as a reality to which all of us (businesses and professionals)...READ MORE
"...two aspects of strategic importance: appropriately managing sustainability in the area of people, communities and the environment; and attracting talent, managing diversity and adapting to new realities".
The humanistic technology of talent
Talent in the tech world is the most sought-after asset for organisations. Attracting, creating and retaining the best professionals is a problem we all want to solve, and it is up to businesses how far we apply humanist technology to achieve it.
Humanist technology is defined as an ideological philosophy or current focused on the double standards thrown up by ethics and digital innovation. Back in 1958, in a conference at London’s Institute of Metals, Sir Eric Ashby argued that the generators of technical development must be responsible for solving the problems caused by such...READ MORE
New challenges and hybrid threats that place any organisation’s cybersecurity at risk have resulted from the rise of digitisation. The current situation is marked by the rise of cyberattacks and an increase in their danger and sophistication.
According to figures from the National Cryptology Centre (CCN), a total of 82,530 incidents were detected in public bodies in 2020, of which 7,000 were categorised as being "very" dangerous, doubling the previous year’s figure. In 2021 the National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE), at its Security Incident Response Centre,...READ MORE
Towards sustainable finance: there will have to be a path
There are realities beyond our control that have a high impact on our lives and therefore on society. Climate change is one of those consequences, which we have been dealing with through sustainability from a financial perspective.
If we review a bit of history, the origin of ethical investment is in the United States, where after the Vietnam war students demanded - for the first time - that universities and companies halt their military spending. In the late 1990s, sustainable investment was a fact and the Dow Jones Index decided to launch the DJSI (Dow Jones...READ MORE
Public administration, reality and future
“The pandemic has been an example of an opportunity crisis”. “We will no longer go back on electronic relations between citizens and the administrations”