Almost every business is ‘digitising’ in some way, and many are using the cloud as a springboard to their digital agenda. The transformational potential of moving workloads to cloud platforms for greater efficiency and agility cannot be ignored.
An organisation’s success is contingent upon the quality of its foundation, which is why a robust infrastructure has long been considered the key to an effective IT strategy.
In the mobile cloud era, work is something you do, not somewhere you go. The workforce is trending away from 38 hours a week employees who commute from their homes to the office and back again each day. The modern workforce is mobile and highly productive.
Offering significant cost savings, increased collaboration and painless cloud backup, cloud technology can really help your business. If you're weighing up the pros and cons of moving to the cloud, here's a look at five important ways the cloud can help stimulate business growth.
In light of the recent WannaCry ransomware attack, organisations should reevaluate their current cyber-security plans and policies to ensure they are properly protected against future threats.
Within many businesses the question of whether to insource or outsource comes up often. Emerging technologies like mobile and big data are having a significant impact on IT sourcing decisions - so to make the right choice for your business, it’s important you assess how insourcing and outsourcing has changed.
At a time when many organisations are preparing for a digital future, the issue of business-IT alignment is growing in significance. Why? Because a gap between IT and the business means a gap between digital strategies, which dramatically reduces their likelihood of success.
Ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie made landfall on March 28, bringing category 4 winds up to 260 km/h, and the highest March rainfall ever recorded in more than 60 North Queensland locations.
‘Business-IT alignment’ has become a mantra across the IT sector. Thousands of articles have appeared on the topic in industry magazines, it’s a recurring theme at CIO conferences, and surveys continue to place it in the top three priorities of CIOs.