As with ideas, the same factors: need, broad knowledge base, environment, and timing all come into play. We can, In fact, start with the notion that an idea becomes an innovation when it fundamentally changes the way we do things. The more change a new idea makes, the more innovative it is.
I’m sure that you’ve heard today’s news about the NSA’s work to break encryption and gain access to corporate and individual data. Not that you have anything to hide, but if the NSA can get to your data, odds are that soon there will be hackers out there that will be able to, and in some cases, depending on your current security protocols, may already have.
Instead of a PowerPoint presentation, I offer a highly personalized discussion on their issues, their problems, and how we help clients. We talk to each other using their “real-world what-if’s” instead of me talking at them about how great my company is (and we really are great – call and find out).
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.