The role of IT managers has changed considerably over time. More than half of IT managers feel their workload is excessive and say they have too little time for innovation.
Digitization, flexible working and strict security requirements. Does this sound familiar to you? Continuous innovation and staying up to date on the latest developments is key for a successful organization.
Shadow IT is the nightmare of every IT manager. But why?When software or hardware is used which is not compatible with the IT department, this can result in data leaks. Ultimately, it is difficult to determine the cause of such a data leak.
As an IT manager, you’ve seen huge changes to your role over recent years, partly as a result of digitisation and the new way of working. This blog has 5 tips to help you get a better grip on your IT landscape, allowing you to spend more time on what’s really important.
Many aspects of your purchasing processes directly influence the overall company results. By setting up your purchasing process in a more efficient way, you can save a significant amount of time and reduce your purchasing costs.
The average employee uses a staggering 10,000 pages of paper annually. Save on paper and reduce costs by making your office environment as paperless as possible.
To be able to support the growing group of new employees, you’ll have to make more time available. Device as a Service allows you (an IT manager) to outsource device management, freeing up more time for what’s really important.
Are you aware in which ways you can save on your purchasing processes? Learn more about purchasing consolidation can help your organization. On average, it costs around € 600 – € 1200 to find a supplier, execute the transaction, and manage the relationship.
Do you find it difficult to keep an overview of the large amount of data in your organization? Efficient data management can help you to map out all your available data. But also in securing your data, to avoid external risks.
Data is the beating heart of an organisation. It grows at a fast pace every year, but how do you keep up with it? This exponential growth in data carries brings along many potential dangers and costs.
Which unnecessary costs can you eliminate in your procurement process? And how can you do so? You can consider process optimization. A number of factors play a role in the optimization of business processes. Beginning by gaining clear insight into the areas in which you wish your business to distinguish itself lays firm foundations for the process optimization.