Yaj Malik of Sage Asia shares some digital workplace trends that SMB leaders will want to take note of, and discusses why the digital workplace is an opportunity that they would not want to miss.
When it comes to technology affecting the workforce of the future, it's ultimately not about the technology but the people, especially the attitudes and values of the so-called millennials.
Organisations better get used to the idea that top-down management may be a thing of the past.
More business leaders recognise that the features of workplace technology must be suited to millennials if employers are to successfully engage with and grow their existing talent pools, and avoid a potential skills gap in future, writes Sabby Gill of Epicor.
Euan Davis of the Centre for the Future of Work presents five principles organisations can use to begin the journey of building a new digital business architecture.
The BYOD trend is still in its emergent phase and not really as widespread as all the buzz would have you believe, according to Christian Reilly of Citrix.
For over a decade companies have been urged to ‘digitalise’ or risk getting left behind, but Liri Andersson & Ludo Van der Heyden argue that the precept is at best confusing and at worst unclear for those eager to act.
Trends like big data, the IoT, cloud, social media and mobile web services are drastically transforming the business landscape and reshaping boundaries – Cloudera’s Daniel Ng on what you need to do.
In an era when the talent has already gone digital, Digital HR is now a survival and transformative imperative for organisations, writes Yazad Dalal of Oracle.
Businesses must adjust how they nurture loyalty among millennials or risk losing a large percentage of their workforce, according to Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited’s (Deloitte) fifth annual Millennial Survey.