Just in case you missed out on any of our blogs over the past year, you can find them all below.
Competing in the disruptive digital age means time to market is essential. Kerry Osborne explores the challenges this brings and practical ways to overcome them.
A recent purchase of a new toaster and kettle has led our latest blogger Simon Reynolds to reflect on his experiences of delivering IT change. He explains why considering the human impact is so important and explores ideas and pointers to achieve and embed successful change
Richard Graham discusses the contemporary IT function. He explores the shift IT organisations are seeing from ‘can you create this?’ to ‘why can’t we use/do that (right now)? ‘ He explains how IT must embrace the complexity of today, and the diversity in the IT market.
Kevin Johnson discusses what should be a simple topic about storing documents and how it can become very complicated if it is not part of a coherent data strategy. A file sharing solution must combine the end-users expectations with the need to have the appropriate corporate safe guards.
Matthew Headford is seeing more and more of our customers starting to look at multi-mode or multi-lane delivery within their organisation - with two modes/speeds now not being fit for purpose.
Michael Ward explores the IT Cost Conundrum and the pursuit of IT financial transparency
Joe Hart explores why many IT and business transformation programmes fail - developing a grand plan (the space rocket) which overlooks the fundamentals (the bicycle chain).
Saurabh Ranjan looks at how the onset of digital has put many companies on the back foot. Few were ready to embrace the technology and business shifts that will delineate the next generation of market leaders.
Ben Barry discusses 2 speed IT - what it is; the key questions you need to ask yourself to ensure effective implementation and the potential challenges you need to be aware of.
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