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Are you trying to introduce new ways of working and deliver new value to your business whilst having to cope with legacy technologies (which will potentially be around for years to come)?
As the year comes to a close and the silly season of 'use it or lose it' IT budgets comes upon us, the software and hardware vendors in particular seem to relish in the chaos and madness that such inappropriate behaviour drives.
We habitually use metrics, even when they are not relevant. Our instincts are based on deeply ingrained responses to situations and inherent investment biases (time & cost).
I truly believe IT leaders and vendors are now getting to a point where they must change this situation as the onset of digital makes any IT issue so much more visible and immediate to the true consumer.
We habitually use key performance indicators (KPIs) in IT, even when they are not relevant. But how does this affect the IT and the customer’s business…and can we kick the habit?
It’s easy in the world of IT to feel like there’s framework overload; there’s so many options to choose from.
My advice to try and clear away the clutter is to step back and really think through all the options out there before jumping into adoption. Here's 5 questions to ask before you make your decision.
In the very early 1980s, I encountered my first IT Help Desk. I remember thinking at the time that it seemed an odd thing because we had so many issues we needed to set up, something to capture, prioritise and ultimately fix them. Odd – why didn’t we focus our efforts on fixing the issues?? We didn’t, and little did I know at the time a massive industry of software providers, consultants, experience professionals would become the norm in our IT world all playing in this space.
An article I produced just before joining Virtual Clarity and a subject I will be speaking about at The Open Group Conference on the 18th April. In October 2015, The Open Group launched a new standard, The Open Group IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, and I personally feel this may have been one of the biggest events when it comes to the history of IT. At last, IT is starting to really mature! Let me tell you why I have this view.
We are delighted to announce that Virtual Clarity has been ranked 49th in the Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100.
The Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100 ranks Britain’s 100 small and medium-sized (SME) companies with the fastest-growing international sales over the latest two years. It is compiled by Fast Track and published in The Sunday Times once a year in February.
Receiving this recognition from the Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100 is a great honour, and is reflective of the great work that we do here at Virtual Clarity. We look forward to continuing to deliver amazing outcomes for our clients and partners which is what is at the root of our story of growth.