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Are customers at the heart of your business strategy?

It’s an accepted truth that the organisations that will thrive are those who put their customers at the centre of their business strategy - but why?

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Navigating compliance while your data scales

Hybrid storage models including managed storage are essential in ensuring compliance and scale in an age of increasing regulation.

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BYOA: How businesses can manage the ‘bring your own app’ trend

‘Bring your own app’ (BYOA) – or in other words, employees using third-party applications in the workplace.

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Q & A: a closer look at BYOA, device security, and the future of work

The ‘Bring Your Own App’ phenomenon is the latest sign that the line between work and life is blurring, and companies need to support this change if they want to get the most from their people.

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It's 2018! Why do we need a manifesto for smarter working?

Dimension Data is urging employers and employees to agree on the principles of smarter working and has unveiled a ‘Manifesto for Smarter Working’ aimed at addressing cultural barriers.

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Introducing the Dimension Data Manifesto for Smarter Working

Technology has put smarter working within easy reach but company culture remains a hurdle for many. The way many of us work has changed dramatically in recent years.

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Enhancing client experiences through the platform economy

It’s the dawn of the platform economy; an era where the organisation has to undergo a fundamental shift in operating model from the traditional to the digital.

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Expanding Connected Conservation in 2018

For 27 years, Dimension Data and Cisco have been partners in delivering on a greater good for the world.

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Programmable infrastructure and the rise of the hyperconnected workplace

It all started with the software-defined data centre. Then we saw software-defined WAN. Recently, we have also begun to see Software Defined Networking for the branch and campus environments.

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The natural evolution of Bring Your Own Application

The concept of Bring Your Own Application (BYOA) may once have been seen as negative, introducing risk and insecurity to the enterprise.

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IT Trends 2018: Transforming customer experiences and business outcomes with the Internet of Things

It was in 1909 that Harry Gordon Selfridge, founder of Selfridges, coined the phrase ‘the customer is always right’ and went on to embed the philosophy across his retail empire.

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