Over the past several years, the role of the chief financial officer (CFO) has changed dramatically. This is due to many factors, including the global financial crisis of the last decade, the emergence of big data, the changing technological landscape and the ubiquitous influence of social media.
Change is hard, and organizational transformations are among the hardest change endeavors. Only a few out of the very many companies that try to change dosucceed.
Apple was the first company to reach $1 trillion in valuation recently. Shortly after, Amazon managed to reach the same record high valuation historically. Other technology companies are not far behind, with Microsoft Corp at $870 billion
Projects in general and information-technology (IT) projects in particular are often associated with some level of complexity. And the bigger the project, the higher the probability that it will be more complex.
We all know the drill. With the emergence of technological innovations unrolling one after the other, there are still those who refuse to go with the flow. In the business landscape, while many adopt new technology without skipping a beat
The financial landscape is rapidly changing. Sophisticated algorithms are enabling buyers to meet with sellers more efficiently and enabling supply to meet demand at large in better ways.
The rate of digitisation in the organizational world is fast. Advances in computing efficiency at around Moore’s law speed or similar rates have enabled technology to become embedded in production systems everywhere.
Peterborough may be famous for a lot of things – the Nene Valley Railway, broadcaster Jake Humphreys, the burial site of Catherine of Aragon. But there is one honour to which the English town would likely not want to lay claim.
Drones have become a more important part of society and their benefits extend to the speeding up of deliveries, such as blood transfusions; increased safety (e.g. by replacing people inspecting nuclear power stations); deliveries; filming;
Recent research highlighted that application breaches are rising and so are the security risks of running business critical apps in zero-trust environments. With this being the case it is vital that enterprises are given insight into the security posture