New technologies are being churned out on a daily basis. What technology can do and the impact its having is growing every single day. It’s understandable that it’s hard to keep up. Both, IT teams and managers need to constantly renew their skills and keep up with the latest trends. But currently, that is barely […]
New technologies are being churned out on a daily basis. What technology can do and the impact its having is growing every single day. It’s understandable that it’s hard to keep up. Both, IT teams and managers need to constantly renew their skills and keep up with the latest trends. But currently, that is barely every happening. And it is posing a barrier to digital transformation.
IT teams must be able to understand what is going on with the technology your business is using. You might outsource your cloud computing processes to a third party provider. It makes sense as they have developed the knowledge and skills to ‘cloudify’ your infrastructure, applications and workloads, but that doesn’t mean your IT team can sit back.
In order to be responsive to security threats and make the most of the native abilities of the cloud, they still need a basic understand of the technology. So make sure that your IT team is up to speed.
As a C-level executive, a lot of responsibility lies on your shoulders. You are in charge of making the impactful decisions. If an investment goes wrong, it’ll land back on your desk to take responsibility for. As a result, C-level managers often don’t view new technologies as the exciting new discovery, but as an investment that first needs to be limited until its full scope, benefits, and drawbacks are understood. This way of thinking cripples digital transformation within businesses.
With digital transformation at our doorstep, we need to adapt our existing skill set to make it work for a more complex, flexible and agile environment. Adopting a more entrepreneurial, creative, and innovative mindset works well in the technological world, as you can quickly respond to the ever-changing environment. Once you and your team brush up on these skills, you are on the way to leading your business in the right direction.
Make sure that your cloud provider has the skills and expertise to understand what your business truly needs. Iono Inc serves all sizes of businesses, and supports them throughout the entire cloud computing process – from picking the right solution and adjusting it to your business needs, to maintaining the new systems and infrastructures.