There are a lot of things to consider when deploying a cloud solution: security, connectivity, maintenance, vendor. Without talking, understanding and planning for each element, a project can get messy and end up costing more than anticipated. To prevent this from happening, we compiled a list of questions every organization should ask before flying into the cloud.
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A 2014 Oxford University study concluded that jobs in the “service” and “sales and related” categories have high probability (greater than .7) of computerization (computerization is job automation by means of computer-controlled equipment). According to a McKinsey Global Institute report, the underwriting profession is vulnerable to having at least 35% of its tasks automated. Now, before you dust off your resume, let’s think about this a little further.
The typical customer experience for purchasing software, IT hardware, or even professional services looks a little something like this: You do some online research, read reviews and articles in journals and magazines (online or in print) and/or talk to your peers inside or outside of your organization or even go as far as hiring a consultant. Then after a while, you narrow your choices down to one or more vendors that you may evaluate even further – perhaps having the vendors perform a proof of concept or provide a demo. You’re a customer in this scenario.
Do you ever wonder if the words you write convey the tone you’re intending? Or have you ever read something and misinterpreted the tone?