Thinking of packing your bags and moving to another office location? As exciting as it sounds, regardless of the reason, moving offices isn’t easy and should be carefully managed. If the effort is poorly coordinated it can turn into a costly adventure that can have an impact on the bottom line.
The tech world was rocked at the dawn of the new year with the announcement of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. The blogosphere is brimming with information and suggestions on what you can do to help mitigate the risk these vulnerabilities cause in every device with computing power. Affected devices include desktops, laptops and thin clients, tablets and even your cell phones. And no manufacturer, OS or deployment is immune.
At the root of digital transformation is change. Businesses who undergo the digital transformation process do more than just change from using paper and pen to online ordering. To truly transform, businesses need to undergo a fundamental technological and cultural change.
This article cover 3 reasons why you should embrace digital transformation.
The job market has become highly competitive and the shift in worker attitudes is leading many companies to look for ways to increase their employee engagement. With the help of Osterman Research, we obtained survey results of companies with 1,000 or more employees and found that over 30% made “employee engagement” one of the areas of highest investment in the next 24 months.
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” ~Leonardo DaVinci
During 2017, the financial services industry went through structural changes and looked to invest in technologies driving digital transformation. The key driver was to adopt new operating models with a goal of achieving greater efficiency and competitiveness.
“Tech innovation key to overcoming growth challenges” was the headline for 2017’s insurance outlook by Deloitte as the industry continued its quest for top and bottom line growth while looking for ways to experiment with new business and product models.