Technology has become more than a tool for work, it has become a way for administration to improve the success of individual employees and keep them engaged. When that happens, the company succeeds.
In the new digital age, with the amount of technology available, there are some electronics that are now essential to business needs.
Before you stress out one more day about keeping your company’s technology in good working order, consider offloading the monitoring and management duties to a managed service provider.
Many employees are worried about the rise in robotics and automation, afraid that these types of technology will displace the workforce. In reality, it’s just changing what skills employees need.
It’s a great practice to ensure that when you are hiring new employees, those prospectives are a fit for the company culture. Same goes for the potential employee with the reverse culture interview.
Decision makers in American cities are helping their economies improve by investing in technology, partnering with universities, and reworking their current infrastructure.
As a progressive business leader, it’s important to take the pulse of your organization. When you do, you might find some of these common ailments. Here are some antidotes to help you fix them.
So many companies are undergoing their own version of a digital transformation, and the phrase has become a buzz word. Like many buzz words, there is confusion about what a digital transformation means, and how to do it.
In the war for popularity and who’s got the latest and greatest tech, Microsoft finally beats out Apple.
With Logitech about to potentially acquire Plantronics, decision makers can observe which steps might work in an acquisition of their own.