Rule 6 of becoming a great place to work: Have fun

“Have fun: Why enjoying what you do is an important part of business success” is part 6 in a blog series: 6 extraordinary ways to be a great place to work Being “the workplace of a…

What to expect from an executive-level workshop

When C-level leaders attend an executive workshop, they learn more about the technology that drives their company. Here’s what you should look for.

Video: NOC tour

The network operations center, commonly known as the NOC (pronounced the same as knock), is home to Technology OneSource’s main tactical operations engineering team—the engineers you reach when you call the help desk.

Strong correlation between operational maturity and business financial performance

The correlation between your organization’s operational maturity and financial performance is strong. Most competitive organizations understand process improvement can increase quality, reduce costs, and provide a competitive advantage. Still, they may not be as successful as they would like.…

Documented processes are the new mark of success for C-level leaders

Technology has advanced to the point where businesses cannot viably sustain themselves without it. From a management perspective, efficient and proactive use of technology is crucial to the longevity and growth of your business. It all starts with documented processes.

The surprising value of I.T. status reports to C-level executives

C-level executives aren’t the technical know-how guys, but receiving I.T. status reports has become a necessary tool to lead their companies.

Because of disruption, use of technology can break (or make!) your business objectives

Use of technology has exerted a transformative effect on businesses since the late 1800s, but the process has accelerated during the last five years. Technological advancements will undoubtedly continue to change the ways in which consumers interact with businesses. The following four trends show how use of technology is disrupting traditional business models.

Technology paradox: Why business leaders shouldn’t delegate I.T. oversight

We live in an era of true technology paradox: Business leaders can’t delegate I.T. oversight—but few executives want to become I.T. experts.

Why your CXO team—not the I.T. guy—is responsible for technology

Download the free report to learn why effective I.T. oversight is a challenge for directors who aren’t I.T. experts… How technology is disrupting business models, including on-demand supply, contextual shopping, and sustainable consumption… Why most competitive organizations understand process improvement can increase quality, reduce costs, and provide a competitive advantage—but they still may not be as successful as they would like… and much more.