The only certainty in the world at the moment is that nothing is certain at all.
In the utilities sector this point is particularly pertinent.Utility Week recently predicted that the industry will look entirely different by 2030, fuelled by the impact of climate change, changing regulation, increased competition and a rapidly rising population. The publication argued that while traditional utilities brands will still have a place, they may need to reinvent themselves in order to survive. For utilities firms this is as exciting as it is terrifying, particularly the larger organisations with legacy IT infrastructures to contend with – for whom any significant change is a slow and steady process. To prepare yourself for this as-yet-unknown future, you need to achieve greater agility and flexibility without completely overhauling your existing IT infrastructure. And the only way you can do that is by switching to a cloud-managed approach. Why take a cloud-managed approach? Utilities firms... Read more