Organisations are on a perennial quest to reduce costs and increase their business focus with the power of data. There is an increased emphasis on unleashing the full potential of technology with the Data Centre (DC) and the corroborating IT infrastructure. Organisations are increasingly looking forward to unlocking data-driven transformation by partnering with the right Data Centre service providers for organisational resilience, business continuity, and cost savings.
We’ve all been there. We’ve had to set a password in a system and we’ve been told it’s not strong enough. Or we finally set a strong password only to be told 30 days later that we need to change our password. Password policies are not enough to encourage good security behaviour.
It's simple, companies that have compliance as a key component of their culture and have fully integrated compliance management into their business systems to reach business objectives, perform better. Their employees have a higher level of satisfaction, resulting in improved productivity and employee retention. Their reputation and brand perception is better, which results in better economic performance in the marketplace. Safety records improve, reducing both cost and risk.
New Services That support The New Normal But How Do Businesses Get The Most Benefit?
In 2020, we learnt some valuable lessons about innovation in the cloud. Businesses that were previously lagging in their digital transformation efforts, found themselves on the back-foot and had to up the pace of innovation to support their dispersed workforce, remain competitive in their market and create customer experiences that would help them weather the storm.
In the digital age, migration to Cloud has become the top-most priority for businesses across realms. We are seeing a major shift in the number of ‘Cloud Hostile’ customers turning into ‘Cloud Friendly’ & ‘Cloud Ready’ customers and pondering on the best plan to implement the migration successfully.
Taking steps to meet your legal obligations may sound obvious, but only fulfilling your minimum requirements might result in missed opportunities. Understanding the compliance needs that govern your business will help you take advantage of any benefits while ensuring you stay compliant.
Constant change means building a cloud technology business is tough. But if we learned anything this year, it’s this: flexibility is vital to surmounting the challenges.
The use of cloud technology within business has grown at a tremendous rate with plenty of growth predicted to come. The challenge facing businesses now is how to maximise the value it provides their organisations.
“When you don’t close a sale, open a relationship” – Patricia Fripp.
The idea of pushing on a closed-door to make a sale has never been my style. That’s not to say I...
If you’re selling cloud solutions to your customers, you already know that having the right technical skills and resource at your disposal is vital to your success.