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4 Tips to ‘Fit for Use’ IT Solution

The effectiveness of designing, manufacturing, and delivering a system or service that fits customers need is termed as ‘fit for use’. Although, Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) labels it as the assurance to meet the agreed upon requirements of a product or service. In this article at ITSM.Tools, Doug Tedder explains that often the solutions offered by the IT teams look promising enough on papers and convincing enough to business owners. But as it reaches …

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Shifting Office? Prepare Your Staff for Good

Relocation brings freshness to the monotonous work environment, but is it as glorious as it seems? No, it is not. Therefore, prepare your employees in advance and break them in small teams to perform the tasks of seamless office shift. In this article at Project-Management.com, Brendan Bowie shares how the daunting task of shifting the office to a new location can be a painless affair. Notify First Most of the organizations do this blooper of …

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CIOs, Beware of These 3 Digital Transformation Traps

Companies are hiring CIOs to experience a smooth digital transformation process. From remodeling business strategy to changing corporate culture, CIOs are trying out everything. However, everyone is forgetting about the initial setup. In this article at CIO, Martha Heller shares Bruce Lee’s viewpoints about the digital transformation traps that CIOs must beware. Digital Transformation Steps to Avoid CIOs give a fairly good idea what heights the business will reach when a company undergoes digital transformation. …

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Bringing Innovation into Corporate Culture

If you want to bring innovation into the company, you must first change the corporate culture. Organizations must encourage new ideas and the discussion forum should invite employees irrespective of corporate hierarchies. In this article at ZDNet, Mark Samuels talks to four innovation experts about bringing innovation into the corporate culture. Corporate Culture that Drives Innovation If your company wants digital transformation, it should create a corporate culture that is ready to take up challenges. …

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10 Useful Internet Trends for IT Leaders

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Beyers partner Mary Meeker has recently published the much-anticipated internet trends report. While the smartphone popularity has somewhat stabilized, the report could not find a lot of new internet consumers. In this article at the Enterprisers Project, Kevin Casey lists 10 quick internet trends useful for IT leaders. 10 Internet Highlights for IT Leaders Since its first rollout, Meeker’s internet trends report has always been a hot topic to talk about. …

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3 Reasons Why Your Digital Initiatives Are Failing

Digital initiatives are revolutionizing work dynamics and businesses like ever before. 21% of 1,559 business leaders think they have successfully completed the digitization process. However, that is a misconception that CIOs hold. As per Forrester analyst Ted Schadler, digital transformation is an incremental progress. In this article at CIO, Clint Boulton reveals the 3 reasons why your digital initiatives are failing. 3 Misconceptions About Digital Initiatives Schadler opines that companies must continuously drive innovation and …

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How Technology Is Changing the World as We See It

Technology is playing is a big role in today’s world. Cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and internet of things, etc. are becoming commonplace scenarios for people in general. In this article at ZDNet, Steve Ranger shares the views of Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella regarding technology and its impact on the world. How Technology Changed Everything Around Us Nadella is amazed by the penetrative power that technology has gathered in public domains. He notes that every …

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Great Work Cultures Are Result of Great Employees

Many organizations claim to have a great work culture. However, the underlying definition of a ‘great work culture’ is often misinterpreted. Many firms might equate it with perks, social activities, employee welfare initiatives, or the way things are executed by the company. But, an organization needs to look beyond that while defining work culture. In this article at Harvard Business Review, Melissa Daimler shares her knowledge of working as an HR for twenty years and …

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Why Digital Twin Is Trending Across Industries

Digital twin technology allows companies to create virtual versions of their physical assets. With emerging technologies like IoT, sensors, edge computing, and wireless facilities, the concept is receiving interests from business owners. In this article at ZDNet, Charlie Osborne talks about the technology that is trending across industries. Benefits of Having a Digital Twin The concept itself actuates the benefits companies would derive. Digital twin will not only allow companies to analyze and gather data, …

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How RPA Is Accelerating Business Excellence

Robotic process automation (RPA) is freeing up workforce by automating mundane tasks like sending out automatic mail confirmation emails. As per Gartner, 40 percent of big organizations will adopt automation by 2020. Machine learning and AI can also automate processes. The differentiating factor of the technology in question is that it has a set of rules which it sticks to. In this article at CIO, Client Boulton talks about how the technology is accelerating businesses …

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