The utilities industry is in the midst of significant transformation, experiencing change at a more rapid pace than at any other time in its history. Utilities’ enduring success in the face of these transformative changes requires.
Customers are demanding faster time to market, ease of use, and greater business agility. Because of these demands, the industry has seen considerable growth in Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions.
The internet’s ability to reach people, resources and business opportunities in markets across the globe has presented an entirely new set of questions and challenges for organizations. How does a business in today’s global marketplace.
Data as a strategic asset is a major element of the university IT Strategic plan. Recognizing its inherent value is, of course, much easier than unlocking it.
Data and analytics are buzzwords that hold such promise, it is no surprise that many organizations have increased their investment in this space.
IBM introduced the first desktop PC in 1981—the same year as Sage’s inception in Newcastle, UK, developing an estimating and accounting software for small businesses.
The term “Cloud” started becoming a buzzword about seven years ago, when software vendors began more strongly pushing Internet-based computing and “hosted” software solutions as viable alternatives to on premise (internally housed).
A small business’s journey towards business profitability is an uphill battle.
Advent of these technologies has changed the outlook and roles of business leaders.
Adam Krembel helps spearhead business development for CloudCheckr Inc. He specializes in evolving.
With the recent emergence of the cloud as a viable enterprise IT solution, many businesses are reevaluating their placement of application workloads.