Cisco’s John Chambers once said: “Most companies will be digital within five years, yet the majority of digital transformation efforts will fail.” This is startling, especially since this failure is due to current enterprise technologies not being designed for the reality of business today.
Cloud infrastructure – it’s been the talk of the town amongst industry insiders, businesses and pretty much anyone who knows how to use a computer.
Despite being immersed in IT every day, Richard Blanford explains why his technology roadmap is heavily influenced by not burying his head in the sand.
Having already moved into the enterprise space through the creation of Amazon Web Services and Amazon Marketplace, the commerce company has created Amazon Business to meet procurement needs.
Rafael Cortes, Foehn head of marketing, explains why simplicity and intelligence in cloud phone system technology design are key for good user experience, and counter the threat of “burn-out” in the drive for collaboration and transparency in business culture.
For a business to compete effectively in the modern world, it needs an online presence – but this goes further than just having a website. In fact, an outdated website could just as easily have a negative impact on your business as not having one at all.
Richard Blanford is a tech entrepreneur building a cloud service business, but has realised the importance of not blindly thinking innovation is mainstream.
Given recent high-profile media reports of cloud hacks, it’s no wonder business owners are nervous about putting their operational data in the cloud, but is this fear justified?
Monday 6 February has been dubbed “National Sickie Day”– the most popular day in the year for UK employees to be reliably unreliable and phone their bosses to say they won’t be in.
Rafael Cortes, Foehn Head of Marketing, gives an overview of the capabilities of cloud communications systems today and what to look out for in the future.
Stephen Chadwick, managing director EuroNorth of Dassault Systèmes, looks at the business value of hyperconnectivity and offers some guidance on its deployment to achieve sustainable enterprise wide innovation.
While it’s a quarter of a century since Richard Blanford set up Fordway, he reflects on new opportunities and why he’s in business for the same reasons.