How people work is changing fast. Employees are wanting to work from any device, anywhere, and at anytime. Business users are demanding more apps on more devices and faster, more pervasive Wi-Fi, and you’re committed to making it happen..
But making it happen isn’t going to be easy. All the apps your users want to access—the lifeblood of your organization—run over your network infrastructure. In other words, you need managed mobility.
This network must work in a collaborative way to realize the collective and individual objectives of the network organizer, the member firms, and the customers.
It is a way of organizing that is best positioned to leverage existing resources and create new value. It is a way of working that harnesses the strengths of all who contribute and thus benefits and connects them in new, innovative ways.
With the social media and the Internet just one click away, consumers have unprecedented opportunity to be active shapers of the products and services they buy and use..
The one-way relationship that companies have grown used to is collapsing under the weight of digital technology, decentralised power, and a taste for individualised products and services.
Business analytics refers to the skills, technologies, applications and practices for continuous iterative exploration and investigation of data to gain insight and drive business planning.
Continuing developments in the fields of Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Data Science are making it increasingly necessary for organizations to become cognizant of the distinctions between these terms, as they relate to the value they can produce for the enterprise.