The key to unlocking the power of serverless computing lies in implementing better practices. It’s important to start with a solid foundation, careful design and strategic choice of the Cloud provider. Are you ready to revolutionise application architecture? Let’s embark on this exciting journey together.
Completing a business impact analysis (BIA) will provide CIOs with an idea of what data supports specific processes. Discover the approach to providing a physical framework to assist in developing a BIA.
Pundits of composable technology see a day when all enterprise solutions are broken into reusable building blocks. But is this nirvana of a lego-like approach to enterprise software practical, or even achievable?
Executing the organisation’s digital strategy to move from on-premise to the Cloud entails choosing and adopting a specific Cloud computing approach. IBRS investigates the concept of serverless computing, which allows developers to concentrate on functionality instead of infrastructure.
The notion of data mesh is highly appealing, as business stakeholders desire ready access to data for analytics. In their eyes, they own the data and should have easy access in a manner that avoids the delays of a centralised data management approach. However, many organisations are buying into a simplistic and unworkable definition of data mesh, often treating the concept as a technology solution, rather than a governance philosophy. IBRS discusses the role of data mesh in organisations and how data analytics teams must function.
With more vendors such as Microsoft, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google, and SalesForce embedding AI technology into their products for enterprise use, organisations will soon have more tools with AI capabilities. However, more solutions do not always mean producing meaningful outcomes, since most of these products will still fall short of expectations due to the current limitations of language models, and some types of work that still cannot be easily replicated by AI.
Organisations that employ digital collaboration tools in an uncontrolled manner find that the very tools intended to streamline communications throughout the organisation result in the opposite: increasingly siloed departmental group thinking and, worse, silos of information hidden from the organisation at large. How can enterprises avoid the tsunami of fragmented knowledge?
Hybrid work environments are often a source of diversity and inclusion challenges, leaving many employees isolated and disenfranchised. How can enterprise leaders promote collaboration without marginalising its workforce?
Mid-level managers can resist digital transformation due to its potential to create insecurity in their organisational position and duties. IBRS explores how executives and change teams can support their mid-level managers during digital transformation efforts.