If only yesterday the premise of greater efficiency was the key reason behind digitalization, hardly anyone gives it any thought today. In these uncertain times, going digital is the only way to be successful in business. This is particularly true for the financial industry.
Fragmented information systems where problems are addressed through dedicated applications, which may seem easier or cheaper at first glance, restrict the data management potential.
Data protection is an essential part of modern way of work, with office hazards rising every day. Any device that is connected to the internet is a potential entry point for a cyberattack – and this includes a printer or a multi-function device.
Paper consumption in offices makes up for about a quarter of the world's total paper consumption. What is stopping us from digitizing our operations and going paperless? There are many technologies and approaches available today that offer simple methods to reduce the quantity of paper and work more efficiently.
The government is offering many incentives and subsidies to help with digitalization. What are the trends, the most common challenges and issues, and where can organizations turn for help and more information?
The benefits of successful digital transformation can be seen at several levels of business operations. However, if we are unable to recognize the opportunities it opens, we are walking on thin ice, risking to be left behind by our competitors.