Although company awareness around cybersecurity issues is increasing, Chief information security officers (CISOs) still struggle to convince corporate executives about how impactful cybercrime can be over business processes and stakeholder relations.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already started to change the IT Service Management (ITSM) scenario: we don’t expect AI to replace ITSM solutions as we conceive them today, but in the next five years AI-based platforms will surely make traditional ones obsolete.
An effective data governance framework will support your organisation in evolving as a data-driven enterprise: business decision makers will always be provided with the most accurate, precise, and reliable insights about the company, its customers and the market – and will be able to grow and innovate.
In case of unexpected crisis, would you apply the UK government model to your organisation?
Smart technologies are deeply changing the working habits of most organisations and offices, and disruptive effects will be far more obvious shortly. IDC forecasted that about two-thirds of business managers in Europe would need to collaborate with fully remote staff by 2023.
Welcoming robots among white collars will require managers and executives to change their competence mix. As some tasks can be automated and delegated, future bosses should mature more soft skills such as negotiation, conflict and talent management abilities.
Improve crisis preparedness to reduce business downtime, increase workplace safety and data security, mitigate overall risks: at DRJ Spring 2019, one of the leading international events about business continuity and disaster recovery; we had remarkable insights from some of the most important crisis management experts.