For years, analysts, experts, and executives have been debating the relevancy of email and its longevity in the enterprise. Some have claimed that emails “will remain the cornerstone of workplace culture” long term. Others are adamant that another tool will replace it, even within the next three years.
They say the definition of insanity is repeating the same action over and over, expecting different results. Unfortunately, when it comes to enterprise software, many businesses remain stuck in the insanity loop.
Dashboards can be a lifesaver. When you’re driving your car, for example, the dashboard can tell you at a glance how far you’ve gone. It lets you know when you’re going too fast. It warns you when there’s an engine problem or when you’re running out of gas.
It’s common for a large enterprise to have numerous workflow tools and business process management (BPM) systems in place. Different BPMs are typically purchased over time for different use cases across different business units, and also brought in due to various acquisitions.
Today’s enterprises spend a fortune developing bulletproof security infrastructures. They hire security analysts and architects, implement strict data controls, and subject in-house software to rigorous vulnerability testing.