Digital disruption – It’s evolution, not revolution
Choosing your mode of transport first will limit your choice of destination
Break the cycle and make your vicious circles virtuous
An old machine with a couple of new parts, is still an old machine.
When it comes to IT, a stitch in time saves a truck load more than 9.
IT is a team sport
If there’s one thing we can learn from history, it’s that we never learn from history
People first, technology second!
It’s not what it can or can’t do. It only matters what you want it do.
Customers aren’t always right, but they’re always important.
Are your systems documented to provide cover in the event of unexpected absence?
Do it once. Do it again. Do it well.
Before spending big on new solutions, be sure you’re getting the most out of your current systems.
Invest in your people and they will pay you back many times over.
Review your IT regularly. You can only plan a journey if you know where you’re starting.
Always consider the total cost of ownership. It’s nearly always so much more than it appears at first glance.
Your competitors are embracing the opportunities that the digital world is offering. Don’t let them leave you behind!
All that glitters ain’t gold, but it could be! Only good old fashioned analysis and hard work will provide an answer.
Understand your requirements and then find the appropriate tool. Don’t let trends and the flavour of the day guide you down the wrong path.
Better profit per person comes when you and your team are solving your business issues rather than the focusing on technology.
If you skimp on IT investment, every dollar saved is a dollar wasted.
Team + Tech + Training = Triumph
Smart technology still requires smart use to maximise its value.
The technology is available. What do you want to do with it?
Succeed with a plan and learn from your mistakes. Succeed without one and remain ignorant.
Everyone is glued to their mobile device. How can you put your business front and centre?
IT should be an asset. The only time it should be a cost to a business is when it’s poorly implemented.
A failure to invest in IT is an investment in failure.
Digital transformation is like teenage sex: it leaves those who are doing it wanting so much more.
Finding yourself without time to think is a sure sign that your business systems and processes aren’t working for you.
If you can’t even lock your windows and doors, what chance do you have of keeping a burglar out?
Digital transformation is like teenage sex: once you’ve done it, you know what all the fuss is about.
Digital transformation is like teenage sex: There’s a lot of talk, not enough action, and a lot of instructional videos.
It’s hard to over state the value of encouraging best security practices.
If you think it: INK IT! If there’s data that can be recorded, record it. You never know what it might tell you.
Tolerance is declining and “good enough” today, won’t be tomorrow.
Digital transformation is like teenage sex: the longer you wait to get involved, the more daunting it appears.
Stay on top of your IT. A dollar invested today, will make you many, many more tomorrow
Keep it simple. IT is a means to an end, not the end itself.
An old tool used well is more valuable than a new one used poorly, so don’t rush to by the latest and greatest.
In today’s increasingly disposable society, it’s always worth remembering the ethos behind “make do and mend”.
People are expensive and a failure to train them is an opportunity lost.
Look after your kit and your kit will look after you.