We’re probably at the beginning of a journey, where low-code and in some cases no-code solutions will be used to streamline some software development tasks, and allow professionals to focus on more innovative and complex challenges.
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Companies value reliable post-implementation support services and the flexibility to extend the ITSM platform with additional capabilities over time. Price doesn’t appear among top software selection criteria – although IT managers appreciate convenient, yet performing solutions.
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.
In a dynamic food market, consumers’ desire for more pleasing and social media friendly products is thus boosting marketers’ creativity, but also accelerating the digital transformation of production plants and facilities. Why shouldn’t food businesses take advantage of this future-looking opportunity?
You shouldn’t be particularly worried about cybercrime if you live in Japan, but very careful if staying in Russia or Latin America. Latest data from industry observer Comparitech rank Japan, France and Canada as the most prepared countries in facing IT attacks and protecting digital data from citizens and businesses.