How Customers Can Break Down Your Organizational Silos Once and for All

How Customers Can Break Down Your Organizational Silos Once and for All

“Eliminate silos.” That has been a top priority and discussion point of organizations for years, yet we continue to struggle to really get rid of silos once and for all.

A quick Google search suggests the problem first came to light around 2005 and has steadily grown since. A 2018 article in the MIT Sloan Management Review reported on research that found that 51 percent of legacy businesses have silos and that just 28 percent have successfully digitized.

 

United Kingdom : U.K. Enterprises See Digital Transformation as Key to Becoming More Competitive and Agile

United Kingdom : U.K. Enterprises See Digital Transformation as Key to Becoming More Competitive and Agile

Mar 15, 2019 (Euclid Infotech Ltd via COMTEX) — Enterprises in the U.K. are demanding a wide range of services from their digital transformation vendors as they look for ways to become more competitive and keep pace with a rapidly changing business environment, according to a new report published by Information Services Group (ISG), a leading global technology research and advisory firm.

 

IoT Study Reveals Increasing Maturity

IoT Study Reveals Increasing Maturity

95% of IoT adoptors are already seeing a return on their investment

That’s the findings of Vodafone’s latest IoT Barometer study.

As the global leader of Internet of Things infrastructure with nearly 81 million connections, Vodafone surveyed 1,758 businesses across the globe. Among the top-line results: 34 percent of businesses now use IoT technology, with 70 percent of them already beyond the pilot stage.

 

Roundtable: More channel skills required to crack SD-WAN market

Roundtable: More channel skills required to crack SD-WAN market

With software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) predicted by analysts to be a market worth millions, and more vendors looking to promote an offering in that market, the channel is being bombarded with messages around the technology. That could cause confusion and make choosing the right solution difficult for both partners and customers.

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