Balancing risk vs reward in no-code, low-code
Despite the many benefits no-code, low-code and open source tools offer, there are downsides to these tools if they are not managed well.
Why business is moving to ‘pick ‘n mix' approach to software
Companies are now employing a broad variety of commercial, open source and low-code software where each makes the most sense.
How managed services boost digital acceleration
The right managed services team allows in-house IT professionals to remove the burden of project management, daily maintenance and constant training.
Plan ahead for managed service success
Determine which level of managed service best suits your company’s needs and how it is likely to impact digital transformation initiatives.
Weighing in on the managed services debate
In addition to quantifiable ROI, managed services provide the right support from the right experts at the right time − an integral part of digital transformation.
What is fuelling next-generation automation?
The wave of automation will drive the need for new skills and create opportunities around the world, as it frees up time to focus on high-value tasks.
Automation helps balance the customer, staff experience
A look at the role automation plays in addressing business issues, such as the ‘great resignation’, a global movement in search of work-life balance.
Next business stress test: Content management modernisation
Cloud computing, artificial intelligence and external vendors/partners are essential to future-fit content strategies. So, do you feel stressed yet?
Content management moves beyond crisis-response
The pandemic will continue to shape content management strategies well into the future, so it’s wise for companies to invest in future-proofing content processes.
Disruption is accelerating digital ambitions
Businesses must elevate content management practices to satisfy the growing need to engage in more innovative, reliable, efficient and flexible ways.
How intelligent does your automation need to be?
Designing an automation strategy that is appropriate to the organisation and a specific business process is vital, as opting for too much intelligence could be a stupid move.