We live in a device-driven society, where people expect IT services to be always on, always connected. To keep up with increasing competition and growing customer requirements, companies must learn to do more with fewer resources.
Our latest research has highlighted a lack of focus by both the private and public sector across the UK and Ireland on the threat of digital start-ups and the disruptive effect they can have. Claire Vyvyan and Dayne Turbitt discuss the significance of digital driven innovation as a fundamental pillar of a successful economy.
Today’s organizations will succeed based on their ability to move and respond at speed, excite their customers, differentiate their businesses and safeguard their brands. The IT and cyber security skills exodus facing employers up and down the country continues to be a prominent barrier to success and any organizations ability to embrace digital opportunities.
Dell EMC commissioned a report to identify the issues organisations in the public and private sector are facing when it comes to attracting and retaining their core IT talent and considered how they can tackle the issue. It revealed that a staggering seventy-one percent of IT and cybersecurity workers have looked for a new job in the past year and the reasons for wanting to leave their organisation centre around career progression and the internal culture.
Increasing availability of customer data enables companies to create new business models and unique value propositions. EMC can help transform your information into a lasting competitive advantage.
As the financial services industry emerges from the global financial crisis, traditional banks are under pressure to reduce costs, increase efficiency and improve customer experiences. Dell EMC can help financial service institutions deliver personalised services through advanced analytics and automation.