How Important is it to be Vendor Agnostic, Really?
Being vendor agnostic – or vendor neutral as we prefer to call it – gets the right technology to the right end-user. That makes for happy workers, better efficiency, and boosts your bottom line. Doing it right requires a partner that is familiar with all of the technology available in the industry.
How to leverage technology to attract and retain Millennials in the Workplace
Millennials are making up more and more of today’s workforce having surpassed Gen Xers as the largest generation in the workplace in 2016. With new talent comes new expectations concerning technology. It's becoming clear that companies need to focus on technology in order to meet the demands of the new workforce.
Pivot from Complex to Simple with Device as a Service
Device procurement and lifecycle management is overwhelming. With multiple processes, steps, vendors and representatives fogging up the end goal, it’s no wonder that purchasing hardware outright consumes nearly a quarter of companies’ technology budget – not to mention countless hours of time spent coordinating, purchasing, installing and maintaining the devices.
Top 4 Digital Transformation Challenges Banks Face
For traditional financial institutions, digital transformation can seem like changing a flat tire while the car is moving. The highly regulated banking industry is challenged daily with the pressures of managing budgets to cover their day-to-day strategic management of the banking technology. Banks are also pressured to grow, innovate, create better operating environments, utilize new capabilities, improve culture and operate flawlessly.
Navigating the Digital Landscape within Banking
There’s a shift happening in banking that many pundits have often overlooked. On the surface this shift seems subtle, but understanding it can help banking leaders make heads or tails out of this overwhelming push towards digitization.
The Top Benefit of Modernizing that Every CIO should Know
Business leaders seldom have enough time to make a lasting impact. With the average tenure of a C-Suite executive at 5.3 years, it doesn’t give CIOs that much time to digitally transform their business to be more customer focused, more efficient or more secure.