For many organizations, changing established processes can be difficult. We know the old saying: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. This polarized thinking is problematic, though, because businesses are complex and processes don’t have to be ‘broken’ to be improved. Digital transformation is one of the most effective ways to update processes and drive efficiency to stay ahead in today’s competitive markets. In this blog post we’ll be focusing on the basics of digital transformation and exploring how companies can leverage technology to transform their business.
This past month, I had the pleasure of attending the Samsung Developer Conference 2016 in San Francisco, California. The tagline for this year's event was 'Connecting the Future Everywhere You Look' and true to this concept, Samsung and their technology partners showcased the latest innovations in smart devices, from applications in healthcare to virtual reality to wearables and IoT.
Here are my takeaways regarding one of Samsung's smart-device initatives: Samsung Printing Smart UX.
A couple weeks ago we wrote a blog about what automation looks like and the driving force behind it: The Internet of Things (IoT). We imagined a day in the life of someone whose devices are connected to one another, giving us some insight into how the IoT is fundamentally changing the way we live, work and communicate. With everything from smart appliances in the home to smart devices in the office, the IoT will provide more connected opportunity than ever before.
Without further ado, here are our favourite IoT-enabled devices available on the market. You might even recognize a few from our previous blog!
This is the first blog in a series that will explain the challenges, complexities, and nuances of device management. We will tackle everything from the definition of support to why devices go stale and how to leverage the inherent value in device data.
It is rather fortuitous that I had being working on a blog on security even before attending CompTIA's ChannelCon event last week because as it turned out it was a hot topic at the show.
The cloud. It's all anyone seems to be talking about and yet, for such a common buzz word there are still so many people left in the dark about what the cloud actually is and how it can and will impact what we do and how we work.
While the cloud today is generally associated with the ability to reduce costs and increase efficiency, widespread adoption of this technology is sure to have a truly transformative effect on business both small and large.