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Without the right skills to run the cloud securely, the blessing of cloud computing can soon turn into a curse. [shutterstock: 302413403, Sergey Nivens]

Without the right skills to run the cloud securely, the blessing of cloud computing can soon turn into a curse. [shutterstock: 302413403, Sergey Nivens]

Key Skills To Run Secure Cloud Computing

Today’s cloud computing is a great boon to the business world. In most part, it has lifted the burden of purchasing and installing costly IT hardware and software components from businesses, making IT a far more affordable commodity.

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Here are ten steps how organizations can reimagine themselves and get rid of information silos to maximize flow. [shutterstock: 520162933, ImageFlow]

Here are ten steps how organizations can reimagine themselves and get rid of information silos to maximize flow. [shutterstock: 520162933, ImageFlow]

Quality, Involvement, Flow: Ten Steps for Transformation

Digital transformation is accelerating the ever-present quest that sustainably successful organizations must pursue: Quality of processes achieved through active Involvement of people that maximize the Flow of products, services, information and money. Quality, Involvement, Flow.

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Silo sickness is keeping organizations stuck to their old methods, preventing them from building flow speed and using a customer-centric approach. [shutterstock: 729889486, Africa Studio]

Silo sickness is keeping organizations stuck to their old methods, preventing them from building flow speed and using a customer-centric approach. [shutterstock: 729889486, Africa Studio]

How Silo Sickness Is Keeping Organizations Stuck

There are two major priorities to compete and thrive in today’s market: build speed of flow (flow of production, capital, information, delivery etc.) and adopt a customer-centric approach. The greatest impediment to achieving both is the existence of silos. These artificial barriers create undesirable effects that result in what we might call “silo sickness”.

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Digital Transformation is key to making organizations fit for the digital age. [shutterstock: 760384009, Olivier Le Moal]

Digital Transformation is key to making organizations fit for the digital age. [shutterstock: 760384009, Olivier Le Moal]

Building Organizations Fit For The Digital Age

Unrelenting and unlimited: two words that spring to mind about the Digital Age. The advance of Digital Transformation is unrelenting and it creates unlimited new opportunities. Technology unlocks possibilities for innovation by removing previously existing limitations. However, the digital age is also leaving household names to struggle and even disappear. Why is it becoming so hard to survive for established players?

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SAP, Microsoft and Adobe announced the Open Data Initiative, which aims to empower their customers in their data management. [shutterstock: 612723869, Cherries]

SAP, Microsoft and Adobe announced the Open Data Initiative, which aims to empower their customers in their data management. [shutterstock: 612723869, Cherries]

Adobe, Microsoft and SAP announce the Open Data Initiative

On Monday this week, the CEOs of Adobe, Microsoft and SAP introduced the Open Data Initiative at the Microsoft Ignite conference. Together, the three partners are aiming to reimagine customer experience management (CXM) by empowering companies to derive more value from their data and deliver good customer experiences in real-time.

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Classic KPIs often struggle when it comes to DDSCM. Flow Metrics help companies in gaining a clear picture. [hutterstock: 737079424, Michail Petrov]

Classic KPIs often struggle when it comes to DDSCM. Flow Metrics help companies in gaining a clear picture. [hutterstock: 737079424, Michail Petrov]

KPIs for DDSCM: Flow Metrics

To efficiently meet customer requirements, Demand-Driven Supply Chain Management must be designed to ensure that materials are delivered to the right place at the right time and that relevant information is available for planning and implementation. This is where conventional KPIs fail.

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