Meeting digital transformation head on is the best way for your organisation to prepare for what will be an uncertain and fast-changing future.
European employees are taking advantage of new technology and creating fresh workplace trends that must be understood by senior business executives.
Windows 7 and Windows 8 cannot last forever and a smart IT leader will help their business move to Microsoft Windows 10 as early as possible.
If bosses are unnerved at the prospect of digital transformation, solace can be taken in one of cloud technology’s many silver linings – the power of the BYOD (bring your own device) culture.
The ability of firms to adapt to a modern computer infrastructure depends a great deal on how well prepared teams and processes are for the use of new technologies transformation will bring.
In this article, we gaze into the crystal ball of business to see what emerging technology is store and reflect on how working habits may change.
Chromebook first hit the market in 2011 as a cloud-reliant laptop solution. With the Linux-based Chromebook OS in its corner, early models were portable and sought to embody the spirit of an always-online generation.
Data migration is rapidly becoming the principal way for businesses to scale, adapt IT infrastructures and optimise performance.
In a corporate world characterised by change, the appearance of new technologies is the one constant we can all count on, as the global community drives to simplify, streamline and enhance how business is done.