Traditional businesses have had to adapt to new realities of a post-virus world and the implications for CIOs will be profound
As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages our people and our economy, businesses are discovering that it is not enough to be efficient and effective.
How do you keep company culture thriving even though everyone is working from home?
The coronavirus pandemic has caught us all unaware. To get everyone working from home has been a challenge, but the main concern is the potential longevity of the coronavirus pandemic and what that means for a company with a strong culture, like the one Netsurit has strived to create.
Remote working during the lockdown has resulted in a number of challenges and also opportunities.
From infrastructure to functionality to innovation, the IT department is what allows companies to design a completely new digital enterprise, says Terry White, executive consultant at Netsurit.
You probably have someone responsible for It in your company, but it’s not their day job. And whilst you can’t run your business without IT, you worry about the threats that having data and interconnectivity brings.