We all know that technology is key for organizations to achieve their goals more easily, but have you ever imagine how it will be one day without it?
How can a company keep moving and constantly evolve despite its size? The key lies in the ability to meet the challenges and seize the opportunities of global markets quickly and efficiently, in other words, ensuring Enterprise Agility.
There is a widespread belief that data is not safe in the cloud due to past events. Cyber attacks have occurred; pictures have been stolen from celebrities; personal information has been given to governments. There is one problem with this belief, it has no true perspective of how safe the cloud is versus having the data in your own hardware, especially if we are talking about business data.
Technologies are naturally disruptive: they modify the status quo. The case of Taxis vs. Uber makes me to remember Napster; no matter the Record Companies gained the legal battle they couldn’t prevail.
This is how Charles Dickens described, in History of two cities, a time full of changes and uncertainty. It seemed that Mexico today is not far to look like the description of the unpredictable Europe of finals of the 13th century.
Processes need to be efficient before being automated. If you ask me; salvation or sin?, I'll say that automation is neither one nor the other, it is only the most effective way to -quickly and nonstop- arrive to our destination: heaven or hell.
Transparency in accountability and efficient management of public expenditure cannot be achieved only with good intentions, powerful Information Systems and efficient processes are needed. The accounting harmonization can be understood by the public as the backbone of transparency, citizen primary requirement to give a vote of confidence to the government.
In today’s EOS people congregate in virtual platforms and not in employment pools. The new Enterprise Operating System (EOS) focuses on adding value through anonymous and automated interactions in order to not waste any time. In today’s EOS people congregate in virtual platforms and not in employment pools, which allows relationships in a global scale.
Use properly Big Data may be the equivalent to having the Ark of the Covenant , to have at hand the power to win every battle. But Big Data is tricky: the information have to be reliable. If the information we analyse is untrustworthy, the accumulation of data will be just rubbish.
It is a fact that current market conditions require us more responsiveness as we face a global market and thus to a greater number of imports in both services and products, as well as foreign companies in markets they weren’t previously involved; moreover, our competitors are increasingly better prepared and with better capacity and understanding of their organisation and customers.