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Microsoft has announced changes to its Microsoft Dynamics licensing model, moving from multi-application, one-size-fits all to a new focus on licensing of individual applications.
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In times of change, it’s no surprise that - in a bid to stay competitive - organisations in every sector are finding new ways to attract and retain customers while delivering growth. For some this means delivering new, often technology-driven products and services (think retail, automotive, home entertainment) and the adoption of entirely new business models.
Technology has an increasingly important role in servicing the digital generation. Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and hyper-personalisation have gone from being buzzwords to common techniques used in the world of business and commerce.
Millennials are so last year. There’s a new generation hitting the social scene – Generation C. However, quite unlike most demographic cohorts, this one does not fall into a particular age demographic. Instead, it’s a term used to describe a new generation of people who have one thing in common: they’re digital natives and exceptionally tech-savvy. Furthermore, anybody can join the Generation C community, as long as they are digitally connected and a follower of Web 2.0.
It’s no exaggeration to say that the majority of today’s new home buyers conduct their lives online - from booking a cab to buying a takeaway; from settling an argument via Google to settling a bill via an app. They expect consistent, slick, seamless and instantaneous experiences – and will not hesitate to change site or supplier to get them.
A reliable IT strategy starts with a plan. Whether you are crafting an IT strategy from scratch or retooling an existing structure, aligning with business goals and understanding the needs of your team can impact your success.