Essential work from home policies introduced during the Covid-19 pandemic have also created a raft of operational blind spots that hackers can access. Companies need a fresh approach, intelligently securing all devices employees use.
For former office-based staff, working all or part of their time from home is ever more clearly a permanent shift. New research shows that more than eight in ten staff have increased their time working from home since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and many expect this high level of home working to remain in place.
Offshore wind power has rapidly ascended the ranks of energy sources in the past decade. Its growth is expected to continue, with generation capacity predicted to soar from 35GW to 234GW over the next 10 years. However, maintaining offshore wind assets can be a highly polluting exercise in itself, requiring a smarter approach.
By deploying their first server, or upgrading to a more powerful server solution, organisations can protect operational uptime and performance, as well as their ability to scale and adapt to meet market demands. For small businesses in those scenarios, buying a first server and centralising operations means securing significant efficiency gains and being able to action ideas more quickly. This white paper examines how small businesses can drive performance and agility by utilising PowerEdge Servers from Dell.
In pre-pandemic times, managers sought to build a team culture with their ever-present office workers. Productivity, collaboration, enthusiasm and team spirit were developed and nurtured over many years, with each new team member gradually brought into the fold.
The advent of coronavirus lockdowns changed all that - and balancing productivity and wellbeing could prove a major challenge.
Today’s business leaders need succinct and actionable information at their fingertips. Pertinent data, drawn from in-memory systems such as SAP HANA, can shape long term strategies, while enhancing day-to-day operations and empowering employees at every level.
But no matter their scale, most organizations currently struggle to build infrastructure that best enables their information to be deployed for strategic impact. Small company technology managers and enterprise chief information officers alike operate under a deluge of customer data from multiple sources, requiring processing and analysis on a massive scale. In this context, establishing a comprehensive and targeted view of information is crucial to competitiveness.
Coronavirus has placed unprecedented pressure on companies to digitalise their operations. Smart businesses are prioritising process excellence with customer-centric, omni-channel offerings.
Covid-19 has created radically new realities for businesses, driving an urgent need to learn how to continue serving customers and operating efficiently while balancing the demands of mandatory physical distancing and multiplying online processes.
The insurance industry is experiencing a sea change more fundamental than any seen in decades, with a PwC study showing three in four insurance companies are convinced that at least some parts of their business are at risk of disruption. Consumers’ shifting demands are combining with digital innovation to transform business models.
Just as Amazon has revolutionised retail, the ways in which insurance services function are being completely reimagined - leading to the birth of integrated insurance operators offering consumer-centric, digital health ecosystems that meet new demands and build loyalty.
Technology companies have an enormous opportunity to capitalize on the many intangible assets they create. These include intellectual property (IP) rights such as patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets, as well as other assets including data, brand reputation, strategies, and customer and business relationships.
As technology companies develop new products and services, however, these processes and intangible asset portfolios require close assessment and management.
Organisations often struggle to balance the development of new products and features with maintaining the reliability of their systems. Heightened demand for digital services during the coronavirus pandemic means businesses must urgently assess the consequences on their IT systems of any such changes, so that they can protect continuity and empower sales growth.
Digital channels have long been reshaping our human connections, but the coronavirus crisis means businesses are suddenly faced with a new reality: a near-total reliance on online communications. This is prompting a deeper and nuanced social-first approach.
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