Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are already altering how the business world functions in ways that would have seemed unimaginable a decade ago. Yet anyone with more than a passing interest in the technologies understands that we are currently experiencing the tip of the iceberg with regards to the potential of these technologies.
When it comes to laptop and notebook computers, their greatest strength can often seem to be their most profound weakness. The very portability that makes them such useful tools for the mobile professional leaves them vulnerable to a host of catastrophes that never faced the average desktop machine.
It’s easy to calculate the cost of new hardware or software. But there’s more to a business case than these hard costs. Delaying your upgrade cycle may save on these costs in the short term, but there are other costs that may start ballooning as your fleet ages beyond its end-of-life.
Social media networks platforms gather – and generate – huge volumes of user data, revealing how people connect, what their interests are, and how they feel about various products and services. Here are seven ways you can take advantage of this social data and turn its insights into tangible business benefits.
One of the few industries that will never see budget cuts is security – especially cyber security. As the world grows ever more complex and connected, our valuable information is increasingly exposed to malicious actors from all corners of the globe.
Many organisations have robust information security – ensuring their internal networks, devices and data are secure – but overlook physical security. This can easily result in breakage, theft and loss of sensitive data and equipment, which can undermine all the other security controls you have in place.