As a small-to-midsize fabricated metals manufacturer serving large customers within complex global supply chains, how do you maintain preferred vendor status? The whole world is your competition so you need to step up to meet increasingly demanding customer expectations.
Your customers will expect mass personalization with shorter lead times whether the order is large or small—without sacrificing compliance with their industry’s quality requirements. To meet these demands—despite a skills shortage and volatile material costs and availability—you’ve got to put digital transformation at the top of your agenda.
Employees, devices, and applications are no longer locked away inside the corporate perimeter. They’re on the web and on the go. Providing security for a new breed of anytime, anywhere workers and cloud-based applications requires a novel approach: a zero trust security model.
Assuming that every user, request, and server is untrusted until proven otherwise, a zero trust solution dynamically and continually assesses trust every time a user or device requests access to a resource. But zero trust offers more than a line of defense.
The model’s security benefits deliver considerable business value, too. Read this white paper to learn more about:
-Protecting your customers’ data
-Decreasing the time to breach detection
-Gaining visibility into your enterprise traffic
-Reducing the complexity of your security stack
-Solving the security skills shortage
-Optimizing the end-user experience
-Facilitating the move to the cloud
The more you know about your people, the more you can enable them to do their best work. And in turn, the greater the chance of business success. Yet, a rapidly changing world of work makes it difficult for companies to achieve this. There is a growing global skills crisis, and it’s getting worse. A shortage of skilled people makes it tough to find and attract the people you need — and it’s even tougher to get them through the door once you find them. To win the war for talent, you need to understand and engage with your candidates better than ever before.
With fewer people entering the workforce and a shortage of certain skills, develop strategies now to address skills shortages. Read about the opportunity presented by Baby Boomers and how to leverage Boomers for competitive advantage.
Get Ready for a New Era of HR - Competition for talent is increasing, skills shortages are worsening and social recruiting tools are making it easier than ever for faculty and staff to change jobs. HR leaders must align their human capital management, data and talent strategies around these trends in order to create great employee experiences that serve their students and institution best.
Published By: OutSystems
Published Date: Apr 01, 2014
This whitepaper examines the scale and complexity of the IT skills issue, focusing on specific areas within the IT departments where the skills issue will impact most, particularly around application development.
Business today dictates that organizations grow the talent they need when finding it isn't possible. This complimentary white paper shows five steps that can help you fill the skills gaps in your organization. Download it today.
Law firms and corporate legal departments seek experienced legal professionals with business acumen and knowledge of technology. The supply of these professionals is struggling to meet the demand, but that could change. The latest white paper from Special Counsel explores which legal – and non-legal – skills are critical in today’s evolving legal industry.
Finding and retaining great talent today is challenging. Not only do Millennials expect more from employers, they expect more from their careers. The growing talent shortage is nothing to sneeze at either: in 2016, 68% of surveyed HR professionals found it difficult to fill full-time positions. Finally, there’s the shocking skills shortage: 84% of HR professionals reported seeing applied skill deficits (such as problem-solving skills) in candidates in the past 12 months.