In this e-guide: HR software had long been a relatively backward zone of enterprise software before the Covid-19 pandemic. It had been catching up, as organisations applied digital approaches drawn from customer experience to employee experience, encompassing the journey from recruitment, through working and learning, to moving up or moving on.
In this eGuide we focus on all thing's workspace related. We dive into Google's new privacy settings, how the landscape of workspaces will look when the world of work fully returns and Google's new G Suite workspace overhaul.
The more employees rely on their BlackBerry® smartphones, the greater the need for enterprise applications that fit their, and the company's, specific needs. But IT organizations can't always do it on their own. This white paper covers some best practices and resources for creating mobile enterprise applications.
In today's challenging economy, cutting costs while achieving more is critical to success. Discover how to easily connect your cloud-based applications with each other and with your on-premise applications – in just days, without burdening specialist resources or resorting to custom programming.
Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) is a set of the most commonly used integration patterns, as compiled in the book Enterprise Integration Patterns by Gregory Hohpe. Use these EIP flashcards along with the popular open source integration framework Apache Camel as an easy reference during the design and development of integration projects.
It's critical that your ERP software is integrated and can talk to other business applications and systems. Those who embrace ERP integration will reap lower operation costs, increased customer satisfaction, and a lot of saved time. Read this paper to learn how integrating your ERP software will impact your company's operations and work flow.
This e-book takes readers through the process of enabling and managing a secure mobile workforce. Access this resource to understand how mobility can increase agility—and why security concerns, while important, shouldn't stop mobility in your organization from taking off.