Drive Digital Business Transformation with an Effective Hybrid Cloud
IT organizations need to elevate user experiences and unlock new business value through digital transformation. The emergence of powerful mobile apps, new capabilities enabled by the Internet of Things, fresh insights derived from Big Data analytics – all of these require ever-greater agility to distribute resources effectively and respond quickly to customer demands.
Maximize Cost Savings in Your IT Asset Disposition Strategy
Establishing a plan to responsibly retire your old IT assets is important from a compliance, environment and cost perspective. However, there are some key considerations that need to be addressed. How do you choose your provider? What is the best way to prepare for pickup? How will you ensure the data on your hardware is properly disposed of?
Five Biggest Mistakes that CIOs Can Avoid
We asked leaders what components of the IT stack are causing them the most concern. Applications, end-user devices, and middleware emerged as the main focal areas, in both the retail and financial services sectors.
The Four Biggest Threats to Your Network
Network threats aren’t always the result of human error, or humans who are out to ruin your organization. In some cases, it’s simply too many users and devices on your network. In other cases, it’s due to a lack of staff who is trained, focused or even available to monitor your network.
Consumerization of IT
Employees are bringing consumer expectations of technology into the workplace. Consumers want technology to help them complete transactions and inquiries with maximum efficiency. They expect access to information through a wide array of channels with the ability to start transactions in one channel and then complete them seamlessly in others.
Putting it All Together – Opening 500 Stores at a Time with a Retail Technology Solutions Partner
Opening or refreshing 500 stores at a time is a big undertaking. As a retail executive, you know how many moving parts there are in a project of this scale, and that not all of them can, or should, be controlled by the IT department. So what can retailers do to make sure everything stays on track?