Is cloud adoption fully mature or have we some way to go? It has matured for certain, but there remain some key barriers for organisations to be able to truly take full advantage.
Data Governance is unfortunately not an exciting title and in no way conveys the benefits that an organisation can achieve by implementing Data Governance. In this article Nicola Askham, The Data Governance Coach, explores whether it is possible to call your Data Governance initiative by a more appealing name.
Everyone seems to be talking about AI, are you the one left behind or is it hype and no one else is going it either? What is the current application and how mature is the reality of use?
Data, Big Data, Insights all great if you have the data captured in a format and place you can use it. with CRM it is difficult enough to get users to capture all the data you want, let along telephony data. Now add the complexity of an increasingly mobile workforce. How do you best capture more data from mobile users with less effort, what are the options and barriers?
Cloud Computing has fundamentally changed the underlying economic model on which most centralised “Group IT” departments were built.
Centralised IT departments were created primarily to achieve economies of scale from the capital-intensive purchasing and management of IT infrastructure in large, shared data-centres. Now, that role has been taken over by the hyper-scale cloud providers (Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google GCP), and “on-demand” infrastructure is available to any department or Line Of Business (LOB) that has a credit card or purchase order number with which to procure it.