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unspun 25 - Are you asking the right questions?
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In this issue, we provide some answers to two very topical questions facing many organisations: what does ‘good’ look like for IT outsourcing and how do you know if Cloud Computing is right for you? We also have an article on the importance of effective communication within your organisation and highlight a couple of Berkeley health-checks that may be of relevance to your business.
Drawing on Berkeley’s extensive experience across clients in numerous industries, we have identified a number of key factors for a successful outsourcing relationship.
This article provides a brief introduction to what Cloud Computing is and, based on our experience of working with the technology, discusses some of the challenges of adopting it.
The amount of material available on how to communicate effectively is staggering, yet staff surveys continue to highlight the need to improve communication within organisations.
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