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There are few leaders that are able to move from a technical managerial or directorial position into the role of a chief and thrive in it off the bat. Many such leaders never manage to reach their utmost potential, the dizzying pace of technological progress is perhaps part of the reason success as a CIO has become more difficult. If you don’t know the differences between a CIO and CTO check out this article here.
It’s safe to say that the companies that are able to use technology not only as a back-office tool to keep the lights running, but as a catalyst for business growth and development, are going to be the companies that will win in the 21st century, and a skillful CIO is key to that success. These are the skills a CIO needs to muster in order to push her organization forward in the digital era.
In my previous blog post, I discussed the basics of RPA, its use cases and how an enterprise can use it to drive cost savings and improve business efficiency. In this post, I will explain the different categories of RPA tools and list the top five tools that you should consider when planning to implement it in your business.
Trello is one of the leading web-based visual project management applications currently available on the market. Whether you’re at work, at home, or anywhere in between, Trello’s simple and flexible design lets you and your team collaborate and organize tasks easily and efficiently. In this blog post, I am going to list some of the top Trello Chrome extensions that you can use to enhance your productivity and save tons of time.
Procrastination is something we have all experienced at some point in our lives. There is no expiration date when dealing with the challenge of procrastination, it is the monkey on your back that follows you into the workforce. In this post, we will go over strategies to help you find procrastination in the workplace and squash it.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life. It states the rights and liberties of these individuals regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, age, and religion. It also guarantees equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities in public accommodations, employment, transportation, state and local government services, and telecommunications.
There are five different titles that make up the ADA but we will focus on Title four which impacts Internet services. The political climate has changed drastically within the last decade. More businesses are finding themselves at the receiving end of costly and damaging lawsuits due to their digital services. The definition of “disabled” has evolved and that has paved the way for protections to expand into digital territory as web and mobile applications become more of a necessity in our day-to-day lives. Basically, this means that all digital aspects need to be accessible to people with hearing, vision or physical impairments.