Businesses across all sectors are using increasing numbers of apps and custom apps to become more agile, deliver new services and streamline their processes. New business and operational models will change organisations for the better. Identity Management is a key enabler.
It’s an image that has come to symbolize financial markets. Whenever there’s a sudden dip in shares, an unexpected hike in bond yields or a run on a major currency, the TV news coverage will cut to footage of a trading floor stacked with computer screens. It’s a shorthand way of illustrating the importance of real-time data to an industry where fortunes depend on traders making the right call.
Digital transformation has become one of the organisational mantras of the early twenty first century. Looking out from the boardroom at a world defined by rapid and often unexpected shifts in customer behaviours, matched by ever-more agile competition from sector rivals, businesses of all sizes have responded by harnessing technology to improve their own processes, [Read more…]
According to projections by Gartner, a continuing migration to cloud delivered IT will account for around $1 trillion in spending between now and the end of the decade. On the face of it, Gartner’s prediction simply underlines a well-established trend towards cloud IT at the expense of legacy systems. But dig a little deeper and [Read more…]
Unified communications began to emerge in the 1980s in the form of Unified Messaging (UM) which was intended to improve communication, integration and business processes. Back then, in the days before fast internet speeds and mobile phones, the emphasis was on integrated email and voice messaging. By the 90s, the idea had caught on and [Read more…]