In less than one year any organization holding personal information on EU citizens will need to comply with the new EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). To focus minds, the regulators have at their disposal severe financial penalties for non-compliant organizations.
News / Blog
The technology supplier marketplace is polarising with an escalating demand for more and more advanced technology over traditional IT. The lion’s share of innovation is occurring in the specialist supplier sector, but there’s a problem. Most customer organisations still turn to their traditional big-name IT suppliers that do have some great tech in their R&D labs, but struggle to bring it to market at speed and low-cost.
In the age of the startup business, many big and well-known brands are starting to feel threatened. In talking to many ‘C’ level directors the reasons for that feeling is consistent. They can’t react to changes in their market quickly enough, their cost of doing business is too high and their business lines are inflexible. Having a great brand is no longer good enough!
The latest and greatest, in an overflowing armoury of silver bullets, is ‘Digital Transformation’. This type of change programme requires both a new way of thinking and usually a lot of new skills and new tech. It is a pretty complicated affair.