Managing the Priorities of an ever-growing to-do list has become an essential skill set for all doers. To address this, Dwight D. Eisenhower created a framework which helped his tenure as the president of the United States.
Data is everywhere and comes in many forms. Today, terabytes and petabytes of data are being generated every second, and finding storage solutions for these massive data volumes is of utmost importance.
As the year begins, many organisations try to start or adjust a few things. A start of the year that improves from the previous year, a stable commencing that will lead with lots of hope and confidence to the brighter side of the organisation’s success.
As 2022 is about to end, all eyes and hopes are that 2023 will be even better in many ways. To be realistic, anything that has to improve needs a minor adoption, correction or change from how it was before. Paradoxically, change is, for most of us, scary as it also sometimes leads to uncertainty.
Communication holds the public together – the same goes for companies and teams and, therefore, forever and forever a necessity. We live in the digital age, where news streams are endless, and it’s smooth to get lost in the noise.
As the year 2022 ends, we look forward to a new year, 2023. Unless we continue to strive towards our goals, everything except the number 2023 will stay the same. As we challenge ourselves to move towards a change by growing daily
As the saying goes, “love the problem, not the solution”. We focus on understanding the user’s problem first rather than just jumping to solutions. We do this because we know that users are not just buying a product but are hiring a tool or service to fulfil their job to be done. Functional, social, and emotional dimensions can define a User JTBD (Job to be done).
In 2021, around 196 billion mobile apps were downloaded on both the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store, with an additional 42 billion apps downloaded only on Apple’s App Store.
We utilise storage daily. Since the days when files had to be held on floppy disks or uploaded to the “cloud,” storage has advanced significantly. Decentralisation is the process through which power is transferred from a centralised body to a more decentralised and “liberal” system.
A team’s success is a recipe that has to be enjoyed once the dish is served. But what is that recipe? What are the ingredients? How about the quantity and the preparation time? Well, if that were easy, we would have only high-performing teams. .