The High Stakes of an Unsuccessful Hybrid Cloud Deployment
A hybrid cloud deployment that falls short of expectations may not only hurt your company, but also put your career on the line.
The pressure on IT has never been greater. If you're taking on a major technology implementation — for example, a new cloud initiative — senior executives will be watching. Moving too slowly or spending beyond your budget will test leadership's patience. And you don’t want to lose their trust or support.
Here are four common challenges IT leaders must address when trying to meet business needs with a hybrid cloud strategy.
How Retail Technology Solutions are Changing the Role of Employees
Effective retailers recognize that employees and technology go hand-in-hand in creating a better shopping experience. Rather than replacing employees, technology will require these workers to have new skills, and empower them to use these skills more effectively, meaning they’ll spend less time scanning products and stocking shelves and more time assisting customers.
5 Challenges in Managing a Hybrid or Multi-Cloud Environment
Given the significant shortage of knowledgeable cloud workers out there, many businesses are lacking in-house cloud expertise. As a result, deploying a successful cloud strategy is often a complex undertaking. Here's a look at five of the most common challenges businesses face in managing a hybrid or multi-cloud environment.
What is IT Asset Disposition?
Replacing and remarketing outdated IT equipment isn’t as simple as plugging in the new technology and putting the old hardware on Craigslist. There are many considerations, such as confidential device data, environmental hazards, and logistics that all require a well-planned strategy.
How One Retailer Deployed Its Enterprise Mobility Solution
The deployment phase of a new enterprise mobility solution is the most critical step for IT departments to get right. What may look to be a nuts and bolts process is actually one of the easiest to get wrong. End users demand mobile solutions that are as easy as their personal devices.
Throwing Away Old Devices? 4 Things to Know About Device Disposition
With all the work that goes into sourcing, procuring, kitting, configuring, activating and deploying the new devices, you also need to consider what happens to the old ones which are being replaced. Having end users pass them down to their kids – or simply throwing them away – are not viable disposal methods. Here are four things you need to know during the IT asset disposition (ITAD) stage of your enterprise mobility management lifecycle.