GITEX 2019 has finally concluded. We had five power packed days of action, business networking, and meeting new partners and clients. We spent last week full of conversations and experiences around innovation, technology, and future.
Gitex 2019 is back after a year, with latest and greatest in the world of technology and business. Top technology enterprises, startups and think-tanks from around the world are waiting to reveal their eureka moments and life-changing innovations for all tech nerds out there.
Since each company is different and the GDPR uses a risk-based approach to data protection, businesses should evaluate their own data collection and processing procedures, and pursue their own legal advice to guarantee that their company procedures conform with the GDPR.
Solely looking at digital transformation spending by organisations around the world should make it clear that it’s here to stay. A forecast by IDC states that worldwide spending on digital transformation technology and services may reach $1.97 trillion by 2022. The manufacturing industry is expected to invest the most, followed by transportation and retail. An organization’s transition can feel overwhelming as today’s customers expect a lot. So where can technology leaders go to stay knowledgeable and up to speed?
There are many choices available when it comes to planning a project. To-do style apps are fantastic for organizing private tasks. But a dedicated project management software is needed to organize the workload of an entire team.
Project management dates back to the early 1950s in its contemporary form, although its roots date back to the latter years of the 19th century. A defined method of project management emerged as companies realized the advantages of organizing job around projects-recognizing the critical need to communicate and coordinate work across departments and professions.