No longer a novel technology, the cloud is increasingly becoming the mainstay of modern enterprise IT architecture. Nonetheless, navigating a myriad of cloud-related concepts can still prove challenging.
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Food and pharma businesses have to secure their processes and for doing so, they need to have a platform that is sustaining all these responsibilities. That is when GRC software jumps in.
The ongoing pandemic has further highlighted the importance of being an agile and resilient enterprise. In many cases, a successful transition to the cloud is among the most critical factors in building agility and resilience. Still, many enterprises are wondering where to start with their cloud strategy.
Somewhere along the line, a disease known as cloud-washing was initiated by a number of unconscientious cloud providers who share an appeal for shortcuts and, as a consequence, it is now spreading like wildfire. This practice, without question, can play havoc with your business’ digital transformation. In this midst of chaos, how could enterprises spot these deceptive, substandard services that are disguised as “cloud”?
A key tenet of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) is the rise of automation, robotics, and A.I. There will be fewer jobs for humans. Who will most likely be affected? Which skill sets will employees need to develop between now and 2030 in order to stay relevant in this new world? A recent report from the McKinsey Global Institute has attempted to answer these questions.
Data protection aims to ensure both personal information and business information are safe and secure. It is an aspect that requires a lot of resources and dedicated attention as the data volume and the need to store all of the amounts generated increase multi-folds day by day.
Cyber attacks typically involve illegally accessing, altering, or deleting sensitive information to extort money from users or disrupt corporate activities. Nowadays, these attacks are increasing many folds and are becoming cleverer, making them even more challenging to detect.
Inforum is an annual customer event organised by Infor, one of the leading providers of industry-specific enterprise software, serving a multitude of organisations in manufacturing, distribution, healthcare, automotive, aerospace and defence, public sector and more.
This year’s re:Invent (29 Nov – 3 Dec) marks the 10th anniversary of AWS’ annual customer conference, where breakthroughs and successes in cloud technologies are celebrated. And it is only appropriate that Infor is honoured at this event for their tireless innovation in SaaS enterprise software solutions with the AWS Industry Solution Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner of the Year Award.
Despite being the largest group in the workforce, 2.7 billion in 20181, “deskless workers” seem to be overlooked by the sweeping digital transformation at their workplaces. As we are slowly going back to work in a business-as-unusual world, this is the perfect opportunity for organisations to address this once-forgotten issue.