Happy 2018! As we look ahead to a bright future, we wanted to take a moment to look back at the ideas we’ve shared and the topics we’ve covered this past year.
We’re always coming across lots of statistics in our research and so our marketing department decided to put together a list of seven IT statistics that we found
interesting, even shocking!
We then asked our in-house experts if they could comment on each statistic; to put some context around the figures and hopefully provide some further insight into these astounding facts.
Take a gander!
The main reason for our blog is to share insightful news and views on technology with our clients. But occasionally, we permit ourselves to toot our own horn. So, we’d like to take this opportunity to share with our readers 3 updates we’re proud to have accomplished.
Several months after South Shore Furniture implemented SAP HANA on POWER8 – a Canadian first realised in conjunction with Present – the results are impressive. The most significant indicator of the success of the new infrastructure is the accelerated transaction speed, which is now 8 times faster.
Knowing the company’s systems receive and process orders 24/7/365 and deliver to its clients within 24 hours, it is a considerable improvement.
In the video below, Claude Bernier, VP of IT for the company, explains what motivated the use of a POWER8 infrastructure instead of Intel to deploy SAP HANA.
In 2017, companies will largely continue to invest in information technologies following a trend begun in 2012.
According to the CIO Tech Poll study, investments focus on two specific fields: analytics and security. CIO Adam Dennison said “Organizations continue to explore ways to conduct business smarter and protect assets and processes”.
In this context, we have identified 5 priorities for Canadian IT executives to position their projects in 2017 and to profit from IT.
The history of New Year’s resolutions goes back to Babylonians times, where promises were made to the gods at the start of each year in hopes they’d earn good favor in the coming year. Nowadays, January often brings about personal reflection and resolutions revolving around getting in shape, eating healthier, spending less or been less stressed.
Organisations also use this time to reflect on what went right and what needs improvement. Therefore as we shake off the holiday fog and kick off a new year full of potential, I decided to collaborate with our key partners and internal experts to discuss what IT strategies they think Canadian enterprises should focus on in 2016. Basically I asked them to answer the following question:
What should be enterprises’ #1 New Year's Resolution for IT in 2016?
As a new year approaches, Present would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients and business partners for their contribution to our success in 2015.
Throughout the year, we’ve strived to put out original content that our readers will find valuable and help solve some of the challenges you are facing. We’ve posted almost 70 articles on a diverse array of topics pertinent to business leaders around technology.
Present is thrilled to be hosting a unique event with Nutanix and Brocade on December 17th. Have the opportunity to view a private premiere screening of Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens.
Millennials and their habits have become a hot topic of conversation recently. Why? First of all, this year millennials will outnumber baby boomers and Gen Xers. And by 2025, they will make up roughly 75% of the global workforce.*
Many have the impression that the workplace is undergoing a fundamental change and adjustment in terms of values, working styles and learning because millennials are so different than you and me.
The cloud has quickly evolved beyond the curiosity stage to become a mainstay of IT infrastructure. A new IBM report produced in partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit and based on a survey of 784 IT executives finds that these leaders expect, on average, to deliver 60% or more of their technology services via the cloud within three years.