Digitisation is rapidly changing the world. On the one hand, it’s making life easier. On the other hand, all this data carries its own risks, and in particular in the area of privacy. That makes it an important issue for the European Union, which is the reason behind the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), legislation which affects countless medium-sized companies.
Many people know the private cloud is more secure, easier to use and more flexible than on-premise software, but they’re discouraged by the apparent hassle of actually making the switch. But don’t worry! The whole process can be implemented within two hours.
We’re regularly sent reeling by large scale hacks and virus attacks. That’s why so much attention goes out to cyber security. But let’s be honest: do you always install your updates on time?
For many companies, technological innovations are becoming a reality. Internal and external developments have to be constantly assessed, anticipated and acted on. This drive for transformation will put companies under major pressure. How can HR stay ahead of the curve?
Many financial managers experience challenges on a daily basis. They possess crucial information that can heavily impact business strategy, but are often unable to contribute to researching the results. Since traditional reporting methods are so time-consuming, they often just forward the information, rather than analyse and discuss it. The right BI tools can change this situation.
If you’re not big, fast or strong, you have to be smart. This is the underlying moral of almost every story we read to our children. This article is the modern adult version of those stories: if you're not high-tech (yet), you have to be smart.
Everyone understands the benefits of leasing a car. You don’t have to worry about maintenance or unexpected costs. Anyone who drives a lease car should really migrate their business software to the cloud today, because the same benefits apply. And more.
For years, business cloud adoption has lagged behind our enthusiasm as private consumers for services such as Spotify, Netflix, Gmail and Dropbox. But business cloud use is on the rise. For the skeptics among you, we've listed five benefits of the private cloud.
HR is not taken seriously in the majority of organisations and this is primarily because of HR itself. And by this I don’t mean that HR professionals are seen as 'softies'. No, it concerns the balance between the heart and mind, between sensing and knowing and between having a hunch and actually being 100% sure.
Digital transformation, robotization, artificial intelligence. The impact of technological developments is high on the strategic agenda of many companies. What does this period of transformation mean for HR professionals? And what role are we expected to take?