Finding the most precise partner, after outsourcing some of your business processes, to take care of your interests, guarantees your future success. It is a very crucial decision to make because choosing the wrong company would result in catastrophic results for your company.
Customers are considered an important factor for any business. A recently conducted research shows that over 77% of customers will always be likely to recommend a company to their friends if they got a positive experience. This explains the great saying by business persons, “Happy customers are returning customers.” With this demand, it would then be always advisable to focus on keeping your customers happy and satisfied by offering them great products and excellent services.
Technical support outsourcing will ensure your smooth enterprise operations no matter the size of your company.
Artificial Intelligence has been in play for almost a decade which has fruition intelligent products that we are using or at least have the test prototypes in hand yet there is a lot to be achieved now. All that we have achieved till date is AI development code libraries which mostly works with supervised learning. Now tech giants Microsoft, Facebook & Google are working to create programs that can work over present AI development libraries for cross-platform libraries and unsupervised learning support. AI development will leverage big data, quantum computing, distributed computing and 5G communication for unsupervised learning based AI products development.
Small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) generally don’t have the resources to fully support all IT infrastructure needs. Even if your business has one or several in-house IT technicians, they’re often so bogged down by routine daily tasks that their talent is wasted. The very core of your business infrastructure is jeopardised if they’re overworked and vulnerable to error. This employee isn’t adding nearly as much value to your business as they should be. It’s not a good place for them or you.
Microsoft likes to commission Forrester Consulting to do total economic impact analyses of the use of Office 365, because the findings are consistently impressive.
Deloitte Access Economics says its survey of Australian small and medium businesses shows those that have reached 'advanced' levels of digital engagement to be much more successful than those that have only 'basic' levels of digital engagement.
Any new technology introduced into the business environment is likely to meet user resistance, regardless of its benefits.
There were many announcements at Microsoft’s annual Ignite event — held this year in Atlanta Georgia — that would have been of interest to users of its products. Not surprisingly many of these related to Office 365 and the software tools available through it, but perhaps none were more important than the new security features.
There’s a bit of a disconnect in the findings from research into the level of digital transformation among Australian organisations, undertaken by Tech Research Asia for Hitachi Data Systems: Taking Digital Transformation to the Next Level.
You won’t find the term ‘We Economy’ anywhere in a new report from Optus Business, entitled Smart Disruption: A perspective on innovation for Australian organisations, but the conclusions in the Optus report are remarkably close to the ideas espoused by proponents of the We Economy.
Cultural change and lack of skills will be two of the biggest barriers facing companies in Asia Pacific undergoing much needed digital transformation, according to research firm IDC.
In this day and age it’s a given that the performance of IT systems — networks and applications — can have a significant impact on business performance, but putting numbers to the nexus of network and application performance and business performance is no small undertaking. Citrix commissioned research firm Tech Research Asia to do just that. Here’s what they found.
For anyone looking to develop applications for SharePoint and Office 365 there’s handy guide in the well-known Dummies series, published by Jon Wiley & Sons: Business Apps for SharePoint and Office 365 For Dummies.
Security is and always will be top of mind for IT when contemplating any new product or service. It’s always easy to get information on the benefits — sales material is full of such — but any addition to an IT system, hardware or software, application or infrastructure, brings new vulnerabilities, new avenues that cyber criminals can potentially exploit to exfiltrate sensitive data, or compromise essential systems.
You might recall earlier this year we asked, “Are you a samurai CIO or a ninja CIO?” We went on to explain that these were Gartner’s metaphors for the two aspects of what it called bimodal IT.
Global software company, Progress, has undertaken a survey to assess organisations’ approach towards and progress with digital transformation. It finds a significant percentage of them in ‘digital denial’.
Contemplating the move to Office 365? You’ll find no end of free advice on the web in the form of whitepapers and a few cautions.
IT services company Lanrex has helped Australian engineering firm UES move its entire IT infrastructure to the cloud, replacing all its software with new cloud-based applications.
A few weeks ago on this blog, we had a crack at defining a digital workplace or workspace. We had a look at a few of the definitions to be found on the Net, and we made the point that, regardless of the precise definition, the aim is to enable employees to use any device – desktop, laptop, tablet, phone – anywhere and to have the experience be as near as possible identical, regardless of device or location.
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Microsoft is whipping up interest in its latest cloud-based enterprise application offering – Dynamics 365 — ahead of its launch, expected to be at the Dynamic Communities’ Summit 2016, to be held in Tampa October 11 to 14.