A group of the world’s largest suppliers of on-premises and cloud software, including Microsoft, IBM, SAP, Oracle, and Intel, have all seen significant downturn in on-premises investments and an accelerated pursuit of cloud solutions. So, what does that all mean for your built environment business and why is it so important to act now?
Now the questions are, ‘What happens when we come out of covid? How will my business operate? What will the built environment industry look like?’ These are the characteristics your team will need to survive whatever those answers are.
One opportunity that’s come with moving to the cloud is that it’s much easier now to integrate one software with another via APIs. So what are they and why do you need to know?
Ever looked at your over-stuffed email inbox and thought, “372 unread emails? Yessssss!”… Nope, neither have we. That’s why we’re reminding ourselves why cloud collaboration means working better together, clearer communication, improved bottom line, and less eye-rolling at emails.
The consumerisation of communication through social media has very quickly influenced the way we can work. This explains the rise of collaborative technology in business environments. This article digs deeper with research and interviews.
If you’re looking for cloud software (for any application), it’s sometimes hard to tell which vendors offer real cloud software or software that’s been labelled “cloud”, but isn’t really a pure cloud application. In order to clear up the confusion, we’ve put together a handy infographic with the differences.