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How IT, Finance and HR leaders can close the acceleration gap

Finance, HR, and IT leaders find that more than half of respondents mention that their digital strategy is often or always outpaced by the business demands. They find it challenging to keep up with the digital acceleration gap – which is widening as business needs change faster than technology. In response, they are prioritizing access to data and employee experience to close the acceleration gap.

Hiring IT talents: The myths and truths of today’s talent shortage

Digital transformation is one way to address the IT talent shortage, as it creates opportunities for IT professionals while driving growth. Seeking more than an attractive salary, top IT talents are looking for organizations with strong company culture, career growth potential, and opportunities to learn new skills. Here’s a look at the myths and truths about IT shortage today.

Tomorrow’s success depends on today’s smart IT outsourcing

The demand for outsourcing continues to grow with many organizations discovering opportunities for cost-effective and high-quality talent resources. However, some are caught in using outmoded models that mitigate risk at the expense of flexibility and agility. With the proper resources, they help develop strategies to retain top talents, mitigate risk, improve quality, and lower costs.

What are the top business needs driving IT spending today?

To ensure that business initiatives are being met, CIOs are focusing on cybersecurity, increasing operational efficiency, and improving the customer experience. Transformations to existing business processes and improving employee productivity are also cited as important IT initiatives. Read the article to find out the other business needs that drive IT spending today.

What your business continuity plan is missing: the cloud

Business continuity is a top-of-mind concern as organizations need to protect their bottom line and prevent downtime and other threats to their business. A few of the many advantages, organizations are migrating their data and services to the cloud to simplify and modernize their business continuity, including backup, disaster recovery, and scalability.

The way forward: the data center of tomorrow

A leading-edge operational model for data centers and REITs harnesses the convergence of trends critical to the future - cost reduction, agility, and location intelligence. Instrumental in maximizing asset values and providing upside in a volatile business climate, IT is no longer an overhead expense. Instead, it becomes a strategic resource, helping organizations meet their business goals.

Worldwide IT spending expected to hit $4.4 trillion in 2022

With the surge in geopolitical changes, inflation, and talent shortages - CIOs are increasing IT spending to accelerate their organizations' responses and agility. Gartner's forecast discusses how digital initiatives will drive double-digit growth in enterprise software spending. Plus, they dive into how digital transformations impact business operations and how to navigate through the future with confidence.

How hybrid work can alleviate APAC’s looming talent shortage

As businesses continue to shift toward remote work, they need to find ways to keep employees engaged. While wider office space may help increase employee satisfaction, the reality is that many people are seeking flexible work arrangements. This has led to a growing skills shortage, as many people have started moving to companies that provide flexibility.

4 tips to narrow the skills gap globally

The world's largest generation is entering the workforce. A billion young people are looking for jobs, and they need on-the-job training more than ever before. The global youth unemployment crisis presents a massive opportunity to invest in platforms that connect employers and employees with information about the most needed skills and where to get them, to reskill and upskill workforces.

4 tips for recruiting and managing modern tech talents

It's no secret that the tech sector is growing, and the demand for skilled tech workers has never been higher. Companies need to evolve the way they engage this scarce labor pool.  That's why it's so important to make sure you're hiring the right people. To keep up with this growing industry, companies are rethinking new approaches to hiring and developing talent in 2022 and years ahead.

The business benefits and risks of cybersecurity

As cyber threats evolve, the need to innovate in cyber security is greater than ever. To stay ahead, organizations must evaluate their cyber risk management practices and seek new ways to improve their security posture by examining cyber risk economics, formulating contingency plans, addressing top risks first, and simplifying security and connectivity into one.

Cybersecurity trends to watch out for in 2022 and beyond

As the cybersecurity threat landscape evolves, organizations grappling with emerging cyber risks need to understand the latest cybersecurity trends. With multiple devices and platforms being used in different locations and hackers using artificial intelligence and other technologies to launch attacks, new vulnerabilities are created daily and result in a growing cybersecurity skills gap.

How IT, Finance and HR leaders can close the acceleration gap

Finance, HR, and IT leaders find that more than half of respondents mention that their digital strategy is often or always outpaced by the business demands. They find it challenging to keep up with the digital acceleration gap – which is widening as business needs change faster than technology. In response, they are prioritizing access to data and employee experience to close the acceleration gap.

Hiring IT talents: The myths and truths of today’s talent shortage

Digital transformation is one way to address the IT talent shortage, as it creates opportunities for IT professionals while driving growth. Seeking more than an attractive salary, top IT talents are looking for organizations with strong company culture, career growth potential, and opportunities to learn new skills. Here’s a look at the myths and truths about IT shortage today.

Tomorrow’s success depends on today’s smart IT outsourcing

The demand for outsourcing continues to grow with many organizations discovering opportunities for cost-effective and high-quality talent resources. However, some are caught in using outmoded models that mitigate risk at the expense of flexibility and agility. With the proper resources, they help develop strategies to retain top talents, mitigate risk, improve quality, and lower costs.

What are the top business needs driving IT spending today?

To ensure that business initiatives are being met, CIOs are focusing on cybersecurity, increasing operational efficiency, and improving the customer experience. Transformations to existing business processes and improving employee productivity are also cited as important IT initiatives. Read the article to find out the other business needs that drive IT spending today.

What your business continuity plan is missing: the cloud

Business continuity is a top-of-mind concern as organizations need to protect their bottom line and prevent downtime and other threats to their business. A few of the many advantages, organizations are migrating their data and services to the cloud to simplify and modernize their business continuity, including backup, disaster recovery, and scalability.

The way forward: the data center of tomorrow

A leading-edge operational model for data centers and REITs harnesses the convergence of trends critical to the future - cost reduction, agility, and location intelligence. Instrumental in maximizing asset values and providing upside in a volatile business climate, IT is no longer an overhead expense. Instead, it becomes a strategic resource, helping organizations meet their business goals.

Worldwide IT spending expected to hit $4.4 trillion in 2022

With the surge in geopolitical changes, inflation, and talent shortages - CIOs are increasing IT spending to accelerate their organizations' responses and agility. Gartner's forecast discusses how digital initiatives will drive double-digit growth in enterprise software spending. Plus, they dive into how digital transformations impact business operations and how to navigate through the future with confidence.

How hybrid work can alleviate APAC’s looming talent shortage

As businesses continue to shift toward remote work, they need to find ways to keep employees engaged. While wider office space may help increase employee satisfaction, the reality is that many people are seeking flexible work arrangements. This has led to a growing skills shortage, as many people have started moving to companies that provide flexibility.

4 tips to narrow the skills gap globally

The world's largest generation is entering the workforce. A billion young people are looking for jobs, and they need on-the-job training more than ever before. The global youth unemployment crisis presents a massive opportunity to invest in platforms that connect employers and employees with information about the most needed skills and where to get them, to reskill and upskill workforces.

4 tips for recruiting and managing modern tech talents

It's no secret that the tech sector is growing, and the demand for skilled tech workers has never been higher. Companies need to evolve the way they engage this scarce labor pool.  That's why it's so important to make sure you're hiring the right people. To keep up with this growing industry, companies are rethinking new approaches to hiring and developing talent in 2022 and years ahead.

The business benefits and risks of cybersecurity

As cyber threats evolve, the need to innovate in cyber security is greater than ever. To stay ahead, organizations must evaluate their cyber risk management practices and seek new ways to improve their security posture by examining cyber risk economics, formulating contingency plans, addressing top risks first, and simplifying security and connectivity into one.

Cybersecurity trends to watch out for in 2022 and beyond

As the cybersecurity threat landscape evolves, organizations grappling with emerging cyber risks need to understand the latest cybersecurity trends. With multiple devices and platforms being used in different locations and hackers using artificial intelligence and other technologies to launch attacks, new vulnerabilities are created daily and result in a growing cybersecurity skills gap.

Market Update

How IT, Finance and HR leaders can close the acceleration gap

Finance, HR, and IT leaders find that more than half of respondents mention that their digital strategy is often or always outpaced by the business demands. They find it challenging to keep up with the digital acceleration gap – which is widening as business needs change faster than technology. In response, they are prioritizing access to data and employee experience to close the acceleration gap.

Hiring IT talents: The myths and truths of today’s talent shortage

Digital transformation is one way to address the IT talent shortage, as it creates opportunities for IT professionals while driving growth. Seeking more than an attractive salary, top IT talents are looking for organizations with strong company culture, career growth potential, and opportunities to learn new skills. Here’s a look at the myths and truths about IT shortage today.

Tomorrow’s success depends on today’s smart IT outsourcing

The demand for outsourcing continues to grow with many organizations discovering opportunities for cost-effective and high-quality talent resources. However, some are caught in using outmoded models that mitigate risk at the expense of flexibility and agility. With the proper resources, they help develop strategies to retain top talents, mitigate risk, improve quality, and lower costs.

What are the top business needs driving IT spending today?

To ensure that business initiatives are being met, CIOs are focusing on cybersecurity, increasing operational efficiency, and improving the customer experience. Transformations to existing business processes and improving employee productivity are also cited as important IT initiatives. Read the article to find out the other business needs that drive IT spending today.

What your business continuity plan is missing: the cloud

Business continuity is a top-of-mind concern as organizations need to protect their bottom line and prevent downtime and other threats to their business. A few of the many advantages, organizations are migrating their data and services to the cloud to simplify and modernize their business continuity, including backup, disaster recovery, and scalability.

The way forward: the data center of tomorrow

A leading-edge operational model for data centers and REITs harnesses the convergence of trends critical to the future - cost reduction, agility, and location intelligence. Instrumental in maximizing asset values and providing upside in a volatile business climate, IT is no longer an overhead expense. Instead, it becomes a strategic resource, helping organizations meet their business goals.

Worldwide IT spending expected to hit $4.4 trillion in 2022

With the surge in geopolitical changes, inflation, and talent shortages - CIOs are increasing IT spending to accelerate their organizations' responses and agility. Gartner's forecast discusses how digital initiatives will drive double-digit growth in enterprise software spending. Plus, they dive into how digital transformations impact business operations and how to navigate through the future with confidence.

How hybrid work can alleviate APAC’s looming talent shortage

As businesses continue to shift toward remote work, they need to find ways to keep employees engaged. While wider office space may help increase employee satisfaction, the reality is that many people are seeking flexible work arrangements. This has led to a growing skills shortage, as many people have started moving to companies that provide flexibility.

4 tips to narrow the skills gap globally

The world's largest generation is entering the workforce. A billion young people are looking for jobs, and they need on-the-job training more than ever before. The global youth unemployment crisis presents a massive opportunity to invest in platforms that connect employers and employees with information about the most needed skills and where to get them, to reskill and upskill workforces.

4 tips for recruiting and managing modern tech talents

It's no secret that the tech sector is growing, and the demand for skilled tech workers has never been higher. Companies need to evolve the way they engage this scarce labor pool.  That's why it's so important to make sure you're hiring the right people. To keep up with this growing industry, companies are rethinking new approaches to hiring and developing talent in 2022 and years ahead.

The business benefits and risks of cybersecurity

As cyber threats evolve, the need to innovate in cyber security is greater than ever. To stay ahead, organizations must evaluate their cyber risk management practices and seek new ways to improve their security posture by examining cyber risk economics, formulating contingency plans, addressing top risks first, and simplifying security and connectivity into one.

Cybersecurity trends to watch out for in 2022 and beyond

As the cybersecurity threat landscape evolves, organizations grappling with emerging cyber risks need to understand the latest cybersecurity trends. With multiple devices and platforms being used in different locations and hackers using artificial intelligence and other technologies to launch attacks, new vulnerabilities are created daily and result in a growing cybersecurity skills gap.

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Women in Tech: Interconnecting Design and Technology

Our avid graphic designer and brand visual creator, Stacy Po, talks about her career change in the tech industry and the essential factors to look out for in design. If you are trying to make a career change, we hope our story can inspire you to take the leap out of your comfort zone and into your dream job.
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Conversational Insight: Embarking on a Career Change in IT

Entering the IT workforce as a novice may not be easy, but it can surely be reached with set determination and passion, visions, and goals. Here, ITCS Group dives into a perspective of a former Science and English teacher, Aidan Fournier, who is making her way into the world of web development.
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Women in Tech: Empowering Designers in IT

In the first part of this series, we are thrilled to introduce Charlotte Boisdequin, our passionate graphic and web designer. Born and raised in Belgium, she is currently based in our Japan office – her exposure to multicultural experiences has brought an intriguing aspect and flair to our organization.
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ITCS Insights

Women in Tech: Interconnecting Design and Technology

Our avid graphic designer and brand visual creator, Stacy Po, talks about her career change in the tech industry and the essential factors to look out for in design. If you are trying to make a career change, we hope our story can inspire you to take the leap out of your comfort zone and into your dream job.
Read More

Conversational Insight: Embarking on a Career Change in IT

Entering the IT workforce as a novice may not be easy, but it can surely be reached with set determination and passion, visions, and goals. Here, ITCS Group dives into a perspective of a former Science and English teacher, Aidan Fournier, who is making her way into the world of web development.
Read More

Women in Tech: Empowering Designers in IT

In the first part of this series, we are thrilled to introduce Charlotte Boisdequin, our passionate graphic and web designer. Born and raised in Belgium, she is currently based in our Japan office – her exposure to multicultural experiences has brought an intriguing aspect and flair to our organization.
Read More

ITCS Insights

Women in Tech: Interconnecting Design and Technology

Our avid graphic designer and brand visual creator, Stacy Po, talks about her career change in the tech industry and the essential factors to look out for in design. If you are trying to make a career change, we hope our story can inspire you to take the leap out of your comfort zone and into your dream job.
Read More

Conversational Insight: Embarking on a Career Change in IT

Entering the IT workforce as a novice may not be easy, but it can surely be reached with set determination and passion, visions, and goals. Here, ITCS Group dives into a perspective of a former Science and English teacher, Aidan Fournier, who is making her way into the world of web development.
Read More

Women in Tech: Empowering Designers in IT

In the first part of this series, we are thrilled to introduce Charlotte Boisdequin, our passionate graphic and web designer. Born and raised in Belgium, she is currently based in our Japan office – her exposure to multicultural experiences has brought an intriguing aspect and flair to our organization.
Read More

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