There is no doubt that digitalisation is the main driver behind business across the majority of industries, and as businesses enforce their strategies, they need to keep customer experience, content, mobility and security front of mind.
Considering the ever-increasing pace of digital transformation and how it is transforming the employment and business landscape, especially in today’s uncertain economic environment, the prospect of a career transition is becoming a reality that many people need to consider.
We live and work in an age of rapid technological innovation. Devices line our workstations, homes, pockets and technology, as a result, is changing everything – especially when it comes to the way we work.
The rapid increase in the number of people and in volumes of data has left businesses with no option but to embrace digital technology and adapt systems.
While classic heart monitor technology, best known for its use by fitness enthusiasts and athletes, is not being replaced by the newest wearables, its applications are significantly expanded and utilised beyond the sports field, cycling dirt track and jogging trail.
The digital business landscape is driven by data. However, amidst the risk of information overload, decision-makers need to embrace data analytics to get the competitive edge they need.
In today’s data-rich business landscape, the old adage ‘knowledge is power’, has never rung truer. And this is especially the case when it comes to human capital management.