Modernizing Your Device Lifecycle Management
Most companies need the ability to focus more on their core business. Whether within finance, healthcare, utilities or education and life sciences, the need to nurture the core competencies that drive or exceed business goals is key to growth and maintaining a competitive advantage.
The Financial Facelift: Modernizing the Branch to Support the Bank
There’s a famous French proverb that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Few statements better summarize the predicament facing the bank branch in today’s fully-digital society. Five to ten years ago, most finance pundits predicted the end of the brick-and-mortar banking structure. Digital had won a decisive battle - and along with the next-gen ATM – digital banking was going to revolutionize the way people transact with a bank, bringing an end to all branches. Oh, and digital will do away with the need for cash, too.
Moving to a Digital Workplace
IT professionals must embrace the challenge of continually developing their technical and communication skills to build and maintain their careers in the digital workplace.
What is Device as a Service?
Enterprise customers are searching for ways to provide their users with the latest technology in the face of rising costs and IT complexity. Learn how Device as a Service is helping them meet that challenge.
Destroying the Stigma - Women in Technology Careers
The stigma that technology is a male-specific career is shattering thanks to an increase of women in the field of technology. These days, women represent 21 percent of the technology workforce. This might not seem like much, but this is exponentially greater than the 14 percent of women in technology in 2004.
Company devices hold confidential information - Keep them secure with digital lockers
Companies can’t afford sensitive information like credit card numbers, medical records, and passwords to get compromised from lost devices.