Organizations in all industries are struggling to attract talent. The shortage of potential employees is a problem that has plagued the IT sector for years but has possibly never been worse than it is now. In this blog IDC explores opportunities for dealing with this shortage.
When IT departments traditionally have trouble demonstrating their value to organizations, there are ways to for IT to show that they are more than a cost center.
Cloud technology offers organizations ease of use, flexibility, scalability, and a rich set of services for their digital transformation. But the cost to enable cloud technology is often more than expected, causing organizations to exceed their budgets.
It’s easy to understand why Agile is experiencing a strong increase in adoption; as companies become more nimble to embrace the pressures they’re facing in digital transformation, IT development is able to respond aggressively to evolving competitors and exploit markets more easily. But these benefits rival the frustrations on the management side of Agile teams.
Applying a quantitative set of processes to assess Agile efforts makes it possible for businesses to know if they’re delivering a minimum viable product.
To successfully recruit and retain skilled IT talent that will meet future business demands, IT Leaders must take a more proactive and holistic approach to workforce development strategies now.
The industry cloud market is crowded and complex, where industry clouds are growing in number and across industries and solutions are springing out from horizontal technologies. There are several market segments that organizations need to take into account when evaluating their industry cloud needs. IDC’s definition of the industry cloud market shows the wide array of suppliers currently in the market, and how specialized needs have become.