The digital deadlock is affecting many organizations today, big and small, and across all industries. Vast amounts of technology investments are being poured into the engines of aggressive digital strategies — but are delivering little in the way of progress. In fact, many are “stuck in their journey.” What’s holding them back?
An IT strategy with a “people first” approach is crucial for a company’s survival in this rapidly changing world. IDC hosted its UK Future of Work Conference on March 20, featuring keynotes from industry leaders such as HP, Ricoh, Dell Technologies, VMware and Slack, as well as IDC analysts. This blog shares some of the […]
Giulia CarosellaResearch Analyst, European Industry Solutions, IDCRead full bio @GiuliaCarosella We are now witnessing significant disruptions to the way work is done, the concept of work itself is undergoing a fundamental change as a result of demographic and social trends including the urge of millennials as a growing share of workforce and the rapid technological changes […]
Angela Salmeron Research Manager, European Future of Work Read full bio IDC believes that the Future of Work is more than a cultural movement or technological revolution, it’s crucially a business mandate. Getting the right people and an Employee First organization […]