Running a company means – ideally—having clients. And if you are lucky enough to have them, you must make them happy or they'll wander off to your bitter rivals. The tricky thing here though, is that it can be difficult to know exactly what it is that makes each client happy.
Digital transformation comes with a great amount of challenges and an obvious dilemma: those who do not embrace a digital transformation will soon be out of the game but those who bet on the wrong digital race, also risk an abrupt end to their businesses. So how do you handle such a dilemma? Well, we believe the trick is to fail fast.
No aspect of a company is ever more than the sum of its parts. This means that a company's security depends heavily on the awareness and education of its employees. It is not enough that only the dedicated security manager knows all about the latest and best security measures. EVERYONE in the company must be informed on how to stay safe both on an individual and organizational level.
Open Source is not the new kid on the block anymore. Many companies, organisations and agencies use Open Source to bring better services, enhance communication and technical solutions. But, there are none the less still myths surrounding Open Source. So, here we give you a run through of some of those myths and what we think of them.
Hur ser nordiska organisationer på begrepp som ”IoT”, ”API:er” och ”DevOps”? Är de centrala för att möta utmaningarna i den digitala transformationen eller är de än så länge bara ”buzzwords” med litet praktiskt värde för dagens organisationer?
So, a couple of blogs ago we let an imaginary Management Team ask its IT department their most prioritised digitalisation questions, also letting the equally imaginary IT department answer them. And now its the other way around. Below the top 10 most important questions back to the Management Team
In order to keep up with competitors, our workplaces must be digitalized and efficient. The future worker will need to handle more data, more ongoing parallell processes, take more legal requirements into consideration, make more daily business decisions and include business partners tightly in early processes. And how do you handle all these challenges in the digital world if not through a Digital Workplace!
The digital era will present organizations with many challenges, but also interesting opportunities. The successful companies of the digital era will need to have a structure and climate that can respond quickly to new challenges and explore opportunities in an efficient manner. To be able to do this they will require an organization where Business and IT operates as one with joint targets and objectives in their sight.