The future of connectivity: Enabling the Internet of Things
With new connectivity technologies unlocking opportunities along the IoT value chain, companies must create detailed plans to harness their potential. Read the article here.
Doubling your company’s growth in a volatile region:
Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa hold tremendous growth potential for consumer – centric, digitally savvy companies that take a long term view. Read the article here.
Improving infrastructure outcomes through better capital allocation
Akeydor Limited is a software house, a consulting and training company exclusively working with information technology professionals. We provide individual consulting, we develop and facilitate company ideas and workshops to enable clients become market leads. We use many different software products/services because we perform many different jobs and because our processes are extremely digitized, but can also be carried out manually depending on the job. Read more about improving infustructure outcomes through better capital allocation.
Avoid GDPR fines. Make Your Remote Support Solution Compliant.
Starting in May of 2018, any company that touches employee or consumer data in the EU will need to be in compliance with the new EU data protection regulations. Our latest white paper will walk you through the things you need to consider to make sure your remote access and support technologies are in compliance with GDPR.
How mobility players can compete as the automotive revolution accelerates
What is required to navigate the emerging personal-mobility landscape in an uncertain future?
What enterprise-technology companies must know to drive digitalsales growth
B2B companies often achieve subpar results from digital-sales initiatives—and tech companies are not immune to this problem. How can they reverse the trend?
Women in the Workplace 2017
More companies are committing to gender equality. But progress will
remain slow unless we confront blind spots on diversity—particularly
regarding women of color, and employee perceptions of the status quo.
Where is Technology taking the economy?
We are creating an intelligence that is external to humans and housed in the virtual economy. This is bringing us into a new economic era—a distributive one—where different rules apply.
Winds of change. Why offshore wind might be the next big thing
The landscapes of Rembrandt glow with the great painter’s rendering of light. And they are distinctive for another reason: windmills are everywhere. As far back as the 13th century, the Dutch used windmills to drain their land and power their economy. And now, 800 years later, the Netherlands is again in the vanguard of what could be the next big thing, not only in wind power but also in the global energy system as a whole: offshore wind.
The global forces inspiring a new narrative of progress
Growth is shifting, disruption is accelerating, and societal tensions are rising. Confronting these dynamics will help you craft a better strategy, and forge a brighter future.
How CEOs can boost their odds of success
When the time comes to appoint a new CEO, corporate boards face a difficult question: promote an executive from within or choose an outsider? We turned our own lens to this issue and found that the performance of outsiders and insiders differed significantly.
What makes a CEO exceptional
By definition, not all CEO’s will be exceptional. Yet for any CEO starting a transition, there is much to learn from the best. Adopting an outsider’s view will yield the unbiased insights needed for breakthrough moves.
The new connected homes
Within a decade, our living spaces will be enhanced by a host of new devices and technologies, performing a range of household functions and redefining what it means to feel at home.
Capturing value from customer data
Organizations are at different data-maturity levels. But regardless of how far along a company is, virtually every organization has valuable customer data assets that could be put to better and more active use. Although the basic requirements of any strategic initiative still apply—articulating a strong and cohesive digital strategy, securing strong leadership backing and the right resources, and prioritizing one or two high-impact pilots—companies don’t need to wait until they have the “perfect” systems or technologies in place. These two foundational steps alone can open up a wellspring of opportunity.
Revenue Generation Fundamentals
Any company in the world needs to continuously consider how they can generate more revenue with fewer resources. (If you do not belong in this category I would be very interested in listening to your story.) Even if you do not have any ambitions for growing your revenue, you still have to consider how to keep your customer acquisition and renewal costs at bay.
Spain – a market full of opportunities
On Thursday March 2nd, Michael Chatzilias and technology partner Soluciones MCR, attended the most important meeting in Spain for the Educational Community, which brought together almost 400 exhibitors, an increase by 39% since the year before. This means 400 new opportunities for business in Spain, Portugal and across Europe!
Spain is one of the most important ICT markets by volume in Europe: €97,931 Million. There are more than 32,000 ICT companies, including digital content, operating in Spain. The sector is currently 1 employing more than 453,000 workers. The gross added value at market prices represents the 4.9% of GDP in 2015.
Winning customers all over the world
Growth is the essence of driving shareholder value, actually, if you’re a public company. But even as a private company, you have to be fixated on your growth agenda. You have to be clear on what your market opportunity is, what the buyer criteria is to acquire your offering of software—and, in this case, services as well—and be able to defend and beat the competitive challenges that you’re going to have in your marketplace.
Grow fast or die slow
How to recruit 100 resellers in 6 months
Why you must think like a Business Angel
Just like any other business entity in a capitalistic market economy, the independent management consultant continuously fine tunes his business model to deliver the highest possible return on the resources he has available. The resources of an independent management consultant are himself, his genius, his approaches (intellectual property) and his personal network.
What is Management Consulting
Management consulting indicates both the industry and practice of helping organizations improve their performance primarily through the analysis of existing organizational problems and development of plans for improvement.
IT as a service. From build to consume
Businesses are now moving a material portion of IT workloads to cloud environments. The impact will be considerable, for consumers and vendors of technology alike.