Bob Eve, Senior Data Management Strategist at TIBCO explains the way in which mobile device management is at the heart of legitimate digital transformation.
Drew Morris, Sales Director, Comms365, highlights that there is no way that the construction sites of the future will ever become a reality unless the industry can conquer the basics of connectivity.
LPAs hold the key to greater product quality and a faster manufacturing recovery As UK manufacturing industry continues its resurgence from the pandemic’s impact
Gary Harrold, CEO UK & Ireland, Swiss Post Solutions, details the four digital disruption mistakes companies may be making during difficult times.
Study Reveals Integration Challenges Threaten Digital Transformation, With Organisations Spending on Average £2.5 Million on Custom Integration Labour Costs Globally
Virtual meetings have been a staple for many businesses in the past year. Companies are using technology, now more than ever, to communicate, work together and even build team relationships. As workplaces begin to open back up, many businesses are contemplating a return to normality or a continuation of virtual conferences and meetings.
The demand for people with specialist data skills — like data scientists for example — has more than tripled over the last five years (+231%). With nearly every single sector, including banking, transport and retail generating an explosion in data, employers are desperately on the hunt for skilled experts who can make sense of it.
Since the turn of the millennium, the buzzword “digital transformation” has been thrown around by companies pledging to digitise their operations and bring their organisation into the future.
Outdated healthcare technology is potentially leaving lives at risk, following a year in which COVID-19 has put more strain on industry workers than ever before.
Before lockdown just 4% of used car sales were fully-digital. How has technology changed this?
As we enter a new phase of the return to work, it’s time for businesses to embrace a modern way of working.
Rapid digital transformation brought on by the pandemic has introduced long-term changes to the modern workplace.
How did Digital Transformation pass its biggest test yet? These seven insights reveal all.
Gareth Smith, CTO of Eggplant looks into the digital transformations companies will need to make to keep their competitive edge.
Has digital transformation become tech jargon? Or is it more important for companies across all sectors have to start their digital transformation journey quickly?
Will a dedicated external team of specialists address the skills gap and be the future of IT as an organisational function?
Tim Flower, Director of Business Transformation at Nexthink, looks at what’s required for companies to introduce digital changes succcessfully.
Thirty six percent of respondents said they actually lost customers during the pandemic due to failings in their communications.
Scott Brothers, Group COO for ONVU Technologies discusses why business transformation is much more than improving your business communication.
Alan Jacobson, Chief Data and Analytics Officer at Alteryx, looks at how data literacy is one of the key building blocks from which to mount an effective and lasting digital transformation