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We work with cloud service providers and enterprises across all sectors seeking technology leaders to leverage cloud services, including IT Services companies and Marketing and Communications Agencies.
Cloud services have revolutionised the consumption and delivery of technology, replacing on-premises computing solutions and driving the growth of data centers around the world.
Organisations are shifting costs away from capital expenditure on infrastructure, in favor of on-demand, bespoke offerings that include mobile apps and cloud solutions.
While there are more risks to manage, access to accurate and relevant information in real time is revolutionizing business opportunities and strategic planning. The positive impact of big data on every industry is revealed in opportunities such as targeted offerings, customer acquisition and customer retention in developed, fast-growth and emerging markets.
We are therefore seeing market demand for totally new skills and expertise. Organisations able to articulate talent needs in the context of their business, and assess developing skills in the executive population, will secure a new future.
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The transition to the cloud continues to disrupt the software business, making cloud offerings a high priority for technology executives. Google, Microsoft and Amazon have created markets worth billions, while Silicon Valley pioneers like IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Oracle have struggled to adapt and compete for their share. One route is acquisition. Oracle has embraced this strategy, most recently agreeing to acquire NetSuite for $9.3 billion.
“Return-to-work” implies a going back to where we were. Is there a “going-back” or are we simply moving toward a whole new reality? In conversation with human resource leaders across the U.S., Boyden's Steve Nilsen explores cross-sector return-to-work strategies.