Over recent years, everyone seems to be referring to “The Cloud,” presenting itself as a mysterious and almighty solution for all data and information storage. The reason this has spiked is because computers and physical harddrives can only handle so much until they’re full beyond use. When you’re working within a major company with never ending influxes of important and valuable data, this is a real issue. On top of this, the threat of losing external hard drives, not being able to save files, or the risk of cyber attacks means that companies have been turning to cloud storage as a solution.
Freak weather events. Global pandemics. Supply chain gridlocks. Last year businesses experienced multiple waves of serious and disruptive events. Some were crippled by the unexpected.
Accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are embracing digital transformation to redefine how they use technology, people, and processes to grow and diversify while striving to meet constantly changing customer expectations.
Emerging technology and revamped processes are important for digital transformation—but nothing is more important than having the staff with the right sets of skills.
Learn the five basics steps of digital transformation, and see how organizations are applying new business models, discovering new revenue streams, and avoiding common pitfalls.
Part of running a business is managing risk—but what are the latest hot spots? Our latest infographic shows you what to watch out for, from compliance to cyber threats and several other areas of potential concern.
Review our latest infographic for risk management best practices to keep in mind as you manage and grow your company.