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05.05.2021.

Vacancy: IT SUPPORT LEADER

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We are in the process of expanding our IT support team and seeking an experienced and motivated IT Support Leader who is ready to combine experience of cyber security, customer support and internal IT management to establish and implement recommended policies and increase overall customer satisfaction. You will be joining an agile team that continuously grows, develops, and solves customer challenges that impact both their productivity, and ultimately, employee satisfaction.

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05.05.2021.

Vacancy: JAVA DEVELOPER/DEVOPS ENGINEER

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Job description Digital Mind AS is a business technology consultant providing unstructured information management and process automation solutions. The company was founded in 2004 in Riga, and as of now is operating from 2 offices in Riga and Tallinn serving customers predominantly in Baltic countries.   We are in the process of creating a new SaaS business […]

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27.04.2021.

FORRESTER: Workplace automation and RPA are here to stay

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Unsurprisingly, 2021 will see a further changing workplace, and new technology will be needed to support it. Eighteen million US workers will work from home in the wake of the pandemic, from knowledge workers to cubicle workers. Forrester forecasts that by the end of 2021, one out of every four remote workers will be supported […]

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19.04.2021.

Webinar video recap 3/7: Rise of low code/no-code apps, Power Platform examples, labour force decrease, tax

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On March 4th, Digital Mind in collaboration with Law Office Eversheds Sutherland Bitāns held an online forum “Enterprise Information Governance in the New Normal“. Over the following weeks, we will regularly publish full speeches from the event on both the Digital Mind website and Youtube channel. Māris Miezītis – Rise of low code/no-code apps, Power Platform examples, labor […]

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13.04.2021.

Video: Rinalds Sluckis on Low-code approach for rapid digitalization of business processes

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On March 23, Rinalds Sluckis, CEO of Digital Mind and a passionate herald of digitisation, spoke at the IT conference of the BiSMART business technology platform with a presentation “Low-code approach to faster digitisation of business processes”. The Microsoft Power Platform not only opens up a wide range of apps for app development but also […]

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13.04.2021.

Online forum, 12.05.2021 – “Robots are here. Are they friend or foe”

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Digital Mind invites you to the “Robots are here” conference, finding answers to the question On May 12, experts from the Baltics will answer one momentous question –  should robots be fought, or are we better off utilising them for our benefit? This is an unprecedented event in the Baltic RPA (Robotics process automation) industry, bringing […]

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06.04.2021.

With more employee data comes opportunity — but also legal risk

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With data comes opportunity — but without the right safeguards, it becomes a trap. Companies must take a “privacy by design” approach when handling employee personal data.

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29.03.2021.

Webinar video recap 2/7: Robotics Process Automation

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On March 4th, Digital Mind in collaboration with Law Office Eversheds Sutherland Bitāns held an online forum “Enterprise Information Governance in the New Normal“. Over the following weeks, we will regularly publish full speeches from the event on both the Digital Mind website and Youtube channel. Gatis Jansons – Robotics Process Automation In the introductory part of his […]

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24.03.2021.

Webinar video recap 1/7: Enterprise Information Governance

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We begin this series with an appearance from Digital Mind partner and SigningServices co-founder, Edgars Stafeckis who talks about enterprise information governance. Edgars touches upon digital transformation, cost optimisation via digital information management, information lifecycles and compliance with various information protection regulations, as well as various other topics.

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22.03.2021.

COVID-19 changes leadership and hiring practices forever

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In 2021, at least 21% of US information workers will work primarily from home, compared with 7% in 2019. Some 47% of North American managers surveyed during the pandemic anticipate a permanently higher rate of full-time remote employees, and 53% of employees say they want to work from home more often even after the pandemic. […]

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