Published By: Lenovo UK
Published Date: Mar 14, 2019
In today’s workplace, work happens where we are, not where we go. To support this you need the four pillars of dynamic IT
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Published By: Mitutoyo
Published Date: Aug 24, 2018
Today’s factory intelligence is the collaborative orchestration of people and machines. By blending intelligence from multiple sources, factories are truly becoming smarter. But it’s not just about the machines. Rather, people are improving machines through a true partnership that turns human experience into smarter machines.
This shift marks a re?orientation to a thought process that’s more natural to people.
After decades of working with 2D blueprints, designs and dimensioned drawings, factory intelligence leverages 3D models that are easier for people to comprehend and use. Plus, many people find more satisfaction in intelligent factory work that challenges them to manage relationships among machines, rather than repeatedly working on a single piece in a line. In smarter factories, people direct machines to adjust for shifting customer requirements and market demands.
The IBM Data Center Study found that only 21% of data centers are highly efficient. The study evaluated efficiency in servers, storage, networking, facility and data center operations to determine the best practices of the most efficient data centers.
Trends in the modern work provide organisations the opportunity to rationalise their real estate and optimise their work space for Smarter Working. Plantronics and our partners provide a comprehensive set of tools to help organisation transform their workspace. Plantronics Audio devices and software are essential tools in the new Simply Smarter Office.
Maximize the effectiveness of collaboration. As teams become ever more dispersed, organisations need to think about more than technology to ensure collaboration is successful. With employees now separated much more by time and distance, a range of communication tools are being used by enterprises to keep everyone connected.
IBM conducted more than 1,700 in-depth, face-to-face interviews with CEOs, general managers and senior public sector leaders from around the globe. Our newest CEO Study, the largest of its type ever undertaken, is the latest in the IBM C-suite Study Series. It explores how CEOs are responding to the complexity of increasingly interconnected organizations, markets, societies and governments – what we call the connected economy. Three themes emerged. Today's CEOs must:
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Help your sellers work smarter and build stronger relationships
Sales teams work so hard, they can burn out quickly. It’s tough when customer contacts, sales goals, productivity tools, and social networking are all separated and siloed.
Instead of working in separate systems that make day-to-day selling complex, you can help simplify the way your sellers work. And empower your team to be more productive and efficient. Our e-book, “The Savvy Seller’s Guide to Building Profitable Relationships,” is packed with advice for making selling much less painful—and more profitable.
Did you know if your lead has had prior exposure to content from your company’s brand, that they’re 25% more likely to respond to your InMail? You’ll find this and more helpful facts in the e-book, including actionable insights to help your team:
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