The current state of enterprise mobile: Seven trends increasing complexity

Just two years ago, enterprise mobile began to replace the dominant siloed approach of deploying mobile one department or business unit at a time, with a new enterprise-wide orientation. As a result, scalable, organisation-wide deployments of mobile are now the norm. Mobile began to be valued as a transformative catalyst for business. Enterprises combined mobile assets with cloud-based applications and business intelligence tools to pull from mobility previously hidden business insights.

With mobility...

By Marco Nielsen, 08 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Security.

How to safely navigate the world of open source languages

Opensource.com notes that, due to their widespread use, open source languages will enable and undergird many technological innovations. As part of almost every business today, that includes innovations within your own organization. Coders of all stripes (developers, engineers, QA, DevOps, data scientists) are using open source languages to accomplish a variety of tasks. The trade-off here, however, is that these niche languages are replacing easier-to-adopt, general-purpose languages.

Enthusiasts have been...

By Bart Copeland, 03 October 2018, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Development, Employees.

The insider threat: Making user errors a thing of the past

It’s a feeling that most of us have experienced at some point: the heart-stopping, head-in-hands moment when you realise that you have copied the wrong person into a sensitive email or attached the wrong file and shared confidential data with unauthorised recipients. Once that data is out there, there is often little you can do except to politely request that the recipient deletes the email and hope that they comply. In today’s world of rigorous data protection legislation, this is simply not...

By Tony Pepper, 25 September 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Employee Education, Employees, Security.

A guide for contemporary IT teams to manage their IT inventory

IT management today is a convergence of employee productivity, uninterrupted business services, employee and customer communication platform, cyber defence and making businesses future ready. Over the last decade, the role of enterprise IT has changed from a business support function to ensuring your business is cyber safe and runs efficiently.  Hence it is not surprising that on average 4.1% of a company’s budget is allocated to IT. This represents an average of £9800 spend on IT per...

By Prasanna Kulkarni, 20 September 2018, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Collaboration, Employee Education, Employees.

This enterprise secure messaging platform – with zero knowledge architecture – may be a Keeper

Worried that your organisation’s messaging tools aren’t up to scratch security-wise? Keeper Security may have the answer.

The Chicago-based security vendor has announced that KeeperChat, its secure chat and private messenger platform, is now available at SMB and enterprise level.

The platform, available on Windows, Mac OS, Android and iOS, was originally launched in March,...

By James Bourne, 14 September 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Collaboration, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Security.

How Mead & Hunt transformed its IT operations through virtual desktop infrastructure

Mead & Hunt, a more than 100-year old US-based company specialising in design, engineering and architecture consulting, had a bit of a problem. They needed to open up a new office, in Tallahassee, Florida, in a matter of weeks. The employees had been hired – but there was nowhere to put them and ensure they were productive from day one.

Projects of this type would usually involve multiple recces to the new office...

By James Bourne, 12 September 2018, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Cloud , Employees, Productivity.

Signs of the 'always-on' culture: Poorly performing mobile devices put employees' health at risk

The ubiquity of mobile devices and the promise of work being something one does, rather than being somewhere one goes, of course has its benefits. But to what extent is the 'always-on' culture a drain? According to a new study from B2M Solutions, it's not so much being always on, but when they're not on that is the issue.

The report, titled 'The Impact of Mobile Devices Issues on Employee Health and Well-Being', found more than two in five respondents had experienced stress or anxiety...

By James Bourne, 11 September 2018, 0 comments. Categories: BYOD, Employees, Enterprise Mobility.

Gartner notes concern over employees developing future skills amid digital transformation drive

As organisations continue to undergo their digital transformation initiatives, what does this mean for employees? According to the latest note from Gartner, the majority of workers are set to struggle with the skills needed for future roles.

More than two in three business leaders polled by the analyst firm said their company needs to become ‘significantly digitalised’ by 2020 or risk obsolescence. What’s...

By James Bourne, 10 September 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Employees, Enterprise Mobility, RMAD.

The 90% success recipe: Beating the odds and the market with digital and analytics

Pressure is mounting on CEOs and their leadership teams to deliver above-market growth. However, consistently beating the market over time, requires a top-performing commercial engine underpinned by a new wave of digital and analytics capabilities.

While hiring new talent is a crucial component of building necessary capabilities, you also need to facilitate change within the organisation itself. Business executives today need to focus on building capabilities with the same level of commitment they showed when...

By Michael Viertler, 03 September 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, CIO, Employees, Productivity.

The big bet on AI: Expectations versus reality

The bets are in! Artificial intelligence (AI) is the favourite to win the-hottest-tech-initiative for IT professionals this year. But is it a reality? If recent headlines are anything to go by, AI is set to triumph.  

In April of this year, the U.K. government raised its stakes in the AI game with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport (DCMS)’

By Leon Adato, 24 August 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, CIO, Employees, Productivity.