By giving consumers digital-first products, companies are growing amongst a new generation of homeowners.
A quick guide to the regulations that are set to dramatically alter how data is handled.
We outline a few key strategies that can dramatically improve your onboarding process.
Employees understand the value of data, but encounter many roadblocks when trying to use it effectively.
The way organizations handle their data has become a make-or-break decision in the digital economy.
Four key takeaways you need to know from the IDC Directions 2017 event
Digital transformation is a goal for any corporate executive charged with helping to improve customer experience, streamline operations, or boost financial performance. It has been tossed around for over a decade and has gained a flock of passionate disciples
A recent NY Times article noted that the “number of deals struck tumbled to their lowest levels since 2011.” … while established winners and a few new unicorns raised money, 2016 was otherwise a tough one for startups.
It’s everywhere, even if we aren’t immediately aware of it. But it isn’t hard to find. Open Windows Explorer and connect to your organization’s big file share. Or maybe it’s a NAS box, your home directory cross-mounted into your local file system. Dark Data are the files you’ll find, in all the folders and sub-folders. Terabytes and petabytes of them and depending on your organization’s size and industry, there may be millions of files.
Yogi Berra famously said that “its tough to make predictions… especially about the future.” Very little is less predictable than technology. Shifts that seem titanic are sometimes minor – like CDs - whereas sometimes a fifth attempt at something catches fire and is utterly transformative – like the iPhone.