Managing organizational change in the technology industry:Utilizing project management practices to successfully implement change”
Why technology corporations must respond to changes in order to maintain relevance?
Mobility is “The Next Big Thing.” So much so that Google has revamped it’s algorithms once again to prioritize websites that make seamless mobile web browsing easier. Every aspect of your business can be handled from remote locations if your smart device or tablet is loaded with the correct software. Everything from your sales enablement, content marketing and customer relations through back end processes like shipping and invoicing at the click of a button. But mobile isn’t just for you—it’s for your consumers as well. With the rise of Generation Y (Millennials) more people are using mobile devices to buy, sell, shop, find local businesses, and share their retail experiences with friends, acquaintances, prospects, and Facebook strangers every day. This new paradigm has literally rewritten the book on marketing to prospects.
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Cloud computing allows businesses large and small to move some of their operation to third-party servers accessible via Internet connectivity. Not only does this allow for variable data packages but also for rapid (on-demand) expansion and mobility without the fear of downtime, crashes, or permanently lost data