European firms double down on digital transformation
Winston Churchill once, maybe apocryphally, noted to ‘never let a good crisis go to waste.’ Twelve months on from the outset of the COVID pandemic, we can see a range of lessons from businesses around the globe that have looked to accelerate their digital transformation efforts, rather than put them on ice.
Moving beyond the pandemic to achieve seamless collaboration
The APAC Transformation Vision – Balancing Digitalisation Ambitions with Cost Objectives report surveyed more than 400 IT and Business decision makers in APAC and found that COVID-19 acted as a catalyst for businesses to take a fresh their digital transformation strategy.
Zero Preventable Downtime: Modernising the Service Management Framework
Unplanned application downtime can have a devastating impact on businesses, with an estimated cost of between $1.25 billion to $2.5 billion per year, according to an IDC survey of Fortune 1000 companies.
Are you SASE-ready?
Flexible work described the ability to hot desk, or to create more dynamic teams. While the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated requirements for a truly remote and distributed workforce, these changes will leave a lasting legacy, as employees will be encouraged to persist with a hybrid mix of in-office and remote working styles going forward.