Ideas are the result of the exposure to a certain piece or pieces of key information in an environment conducive to solving a perceived or subliminal problem at a critical moment in the thought process. In other words, ideas happen in much the same way babies “happen”; it’s a matter of being in the right place at the right time doing the right things to produce them.
EaaS leverages a “knowledge cloud”: a network of practicing IT professionals who provide information, advice, performance management and measurement, and professional and organizational development expertise. EaaS uses the best of the “-as-a-Service” framework, providing scalable, on-demand services with high quality, low cost, and rapid delivery.
EaaS is an extension of the SaaS philosophy, allowing the procurement of information, expertise, performance management and measurement and other necessary IT services the same way. This way of thinking is not new to the enterprise; legal and finance departments have leveraged outside counsel and accounting firms for decades.
CIOs and senior managers all understand that change is a part of corporate life.but a number of these same people have become complacent, insisting on doing things the same way they have always done them, because it is comfortable and “it has always worked before”.
Back in the 20th century, Big was a good thing. Economies of scale meant that Big could produce things faster and cheaper. Big used to mean stable, reliable, bulletproof, Indestructible. This is no longer the case.
Underutilization of current advisory services is a symptom of antiquated business and delivery models. Newer, faster, better, and less expensive are the guiding principles of our technological age. By using broader, scalable services, and “Internet fast” order and delivery methodologies and technologies, it is much easier to receive the needed value without overpaying.
Information overload reduces productivity. Here are some tips to reducing the “background noise” that inundates you on a daily basis