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With the right systems in place, businesses can be quick, agile and outpace the competition.
In a world that’s fast becoming ‘blink and you miss it’, how can businesses stay nimble and keep in front of the competition?
Are your apps and data in the right place?
To what extent are IT departments missing a trick by keeping apps and databases in-house?
Why IT strategy and corporate strategy should sing from the same hymn sheet
Risky Business: the balancing act between security and continued innovation
Discover how IT leaders can exploit flexible working trends without losing control or compromising safety concerns.
IT department heads today are strategic decision makers with a louder voice in the C-Suite.
IT Powerhouses: key reasons why “digital intensity” is good for business
In the on-demand economy where customers want more data, more insights, and more flexibility, how can businesses keep up?
How to survive the software revolution
Move fast and stay secure
Do you have the right network foundation, company culture, communications, and processes to move fast and stay secure?
5 priorities to transform customer experience through technology
Do you have the right systems and processes to deliver an exceptional customer experience?
5 real-life examples of IT moving fast and staying secure
In this short report, we look at five leading organisations that have introduced incremental changes to move fast, stay secure and drive business improvement.
5 real-life examples of IT improving the customer experience
In this short report we look at five leading organisations that have reimagined the business of their IT to improve connectivity and customer engagement.
Putting IT centre stage
Are your IT KPIs linked to your overall business objectives and helping you to meet your business goals?
What's the true cost of the inevitable data breach?
A guide to deploying code faster and at lower risk
The impact of new digital technology
The Big Five: major IT challenges for businesses across Europe
European businesses face a tangle of changing technology, security challenges, and increasing regulation – but there are also opportunities for IT departments able to negotiate this landscape.
Five reasons why fragmented departments fail to live up to their KPI objectives.