Russia’s Cloud Service Businesses Are Expanding

....the country's cloud services segment grew by 25 percent year-on-year to 68.4 billion rubles ($1.1 billion), and about 70 percent of that is accounted for by SaaS - Software as a Service, or programmes that are operated from the cloud rather than being installed on a personal computer. Meanwhile, Russia's cloud services industry is projected to grow by roughly 23 percent a year over the next few years and could reach 155 billion rubles ($3.4 billion) by the end of 2022......

Simple ways to motivate your team members to collaborate

Choosing your team members wisely is always important for your business. However, it is not enough to just pick the right people for the right job, that is only one aspect of the selection. In order for your business to work in harmony as a whole, and reach its full potential through its capital in human resources, collaboration must be perceived as one of the most essential assets of your business.

Toyota & a Car that can run Forever

Even if fully electric cars overtake petroleum-powered vehicles in sales, they still need to be plugged in, which means building a network of charging stations across the globe. The sun, on the other hand, shines everywhere for free, and when that energy is paired with enough battery capacity to propel automobiles at night, solar-powered cars could leapfrog all the new-energy technologies being developed, from plug-in hybrids to hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, in one fell swoop.

Global Supply Chains need a CHANGE!

This scrutiny has revealed the fragility of the modern supply chain, with many struggling to adapt their methods quickly enough. So how can companies ensure that their supply chain is fit for purpose whilst reducing the exposure to similar vulnerabilities in the future?

The Circular Economy – closing the loop with Innovative Solutions

Have you already hopped on the bandwagon to a circular economy? If not, what are you waiting for? Rising issues of pollution, environmental change and scarce resources are just some of the reasons to start thinking about shifting your business to a more efficient, sustainable and eco-friendly one. One of the main and crucial positions in the entire transitional process are … Continue reading The Circular Economy – closing the loop with Innovative Solutions

IoT edge cloud balances the best of cloud and edge computing

Edge cloud refers to the decentralization of the traditional, massive cloud data centers. The IoT edge cloud moves cloud storage and compute closer to the edge source while also scaling down its size. Edge sites may connect to each other or to a core cloud for additional data inputs and processing or storage capabilities or isolated in instances of a data breach or service compromise.

Creating customer experiences that Stay ON!

What brands need to do within their organization in terms of culture, CX vision and strategy, CX governance, CX strategy, KPIs and systems to collect and act on customer feedback is a topic for another day. For now, I would like to focus on the five key pillars we have identified that provide a balanced approach to driving customer centricity. This is based on Kantar’s collective experience of more than 30 years in the CX space globally.

COVID-19 Impact on the EMEA Cloud Market – Time to Shine for Cloud?!

While there is a significant impact on the European cloud market, it is potentially positive! Now is the time to shine for cloud providers and to demonstrate that cloud services are the perfect fit for uncertain times, when the ability to scale up AND scale down really comes to the fore.

Abu Dhabi Power to develop largest thermal plant in the UAE

Abu Dhabi Power Corporation (ADPower) and Japan-based Marubeni Corporation on Sunday announced the formation of a consortium to develop the Fujairah F3 independent power producer (IPP) project, which will be the largest independent thermal power plant in the UAE.

Businesses need a clear head on productivity

Frankly, every eye is looking for marginal improvements in hopes of eking out a profit. Even before we added COVID-19 to our dictionaries, productivity growth was worryingly flat. On average, employers were paying for eight hours of work per day, but receiving just three hours of productive time in return.