Tag Archives: Microsoft

Leading Enterprise Collaboration

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In a previous blog post, workplace collaboration was identified as a key pillar of successful digital transformation. In a fast moving business environment, characterised by turbulent digital change and digital disruption, leveraging the full potential of emerging technologies for supporting workplace collaboration and knowledge sharing, internally and externally with business partners, has become critical to   …Continue Reading


Microsoft to Drive Digital Transformation in Oil and Gas

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Towards the end of last year, we published a series of blog posts on digital disruption in the oil and gas industry, including the North Sea. The articles argued that the digital revolution was only just beginning in oil and gas. Over the next few years, however, the Internet of Things, big data, artificial intelligence,   …Continue Reading


Microsoft Power BI Success Stories

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Based on research by Gartner, a previous blog post highlighted the significant changes taking place in the Business Intelligence and Analytics Platform market. As a consequence of the growing need for organisations to derive actionable insight from data, often in real time, the market has moved from IT-led enterprise reporting to business-led, self-service analytics. With the   …Continue Reading


Accelerating Digital: Ten Short Reads (July 2017)

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A selection of the best short reads on all things digital published over the last two weeks or so. The state of digital in UK local government A recent Bridgeall blog post summarising new research from PwC highlighting major concerns re-the state of digital in UK local authorities including lack of preparedness for cyber-attacks and   …Continue Reading


Accelerating Transformation (Part 6): Overcoming Barriers to Progress

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Previous posts in this series have presented very practical advice covering the development of a digital transformation strategy relevant to your own organisation; from understanding your external and internal digital landscape, through agreeing business goals and objectives, to deciding the key digital actions and initiatives you need to implement for ‘getting there’. In a series of   …Continue Reading