In today’s digital culture, collaborating across technological and organizational boundaries (borders) is key to achieving and exceeding desired business outcomes. Groupware refers to programs that help people work together collectively while located remotely from each other and enabling real-time collaboration resembling a virtual meeting room in which organisations work together over long distances or at different times of day.
In this post-PC era, filled with smartphones, tablets and wearable devices we are online 24x7x365 yet many businesses lack the optimisation needed to meet the shift in online behaviour; although the ability to communicate with customers is at an all-time high, connecting with them has never been harder.
Today’s cybersecurity threat landscape is constantly changing. With IT budgets stretched to the limit and new threats emerging every day, it is essential for organizations to ground their technology use with security best practices and data backups.
Data backups are an essential element of good storage security and overall business resilience, but they are often the source of many security woes. In fact, a significant percentage of security breaches can be attributed to the mismanagement of data backups.
Customer relationship management (CRM) is the combination of practices, strategies and technologies that companies use to manage and analyze customer interactions and data throughout the customer lifecycle. The goal is to improve customer service relationships and assist in customer retention and drive sales growth.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) refers to a software system whereby the main role is to integrate the main functions of an organisation’s processes into a single unified system. Therefore, ERP systems are a single application with the aim to cover all business’ needs. They are made up of modules that focus on key business areas, primarily Finance, Manufacturing, Human Resources (HR) to name a few.
Take a vendor-neutral look at the key design considerations that need to go into any cloud migration strategy - whether you are migrating to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Alibaba Cloud, or Google Cloud Platform.
Digital disruption is changing every business. Only a decade ago, the auto industry was well-defined by players such as GM, Ford, and Toyota. Today, these companies compete with newcomers such as Uber and Lyft, which sell transportation services—not cars. Similar dynamics are playing out in retail, banking, education, and even construction.
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