But those who are on the ground has become even worse. It appears from the report Radars big Supplier Quality in 2016. Radars CEO Hans Werner says that the most obvious change from last year is that the difference between the highest-rated suppliers and the companies located in the middle decreases. Those who have implemented it scores higher, while it is clear that others have not had the effect of it yet, says Hans Werner when he is asked to summarize the results of the report. Hans Werner says it is a year of analysis behind this report. In total there are 127 Swedish IT vendors as judged by the customers.
Today, the release the research firm Radar a forecast for how the companies will realize their it investments during the second half of 2016. "What we see is an exciting combination of business-as-usual, high realiseringstakt and a market in strong change, where you go from the old way of managing projects to a willingness to find new ways," says Hans Werner, ceo of Radar, which warns that one can easily be fooled by the good times.also Read: After years of talk – now start the internet of things become a business consultant " There is really nothing that speaks for a decline in 2017, but it looks relatively bright.But the other side of the coin is that not everyone hangs out with and that there is a gap between the it organisations and the business, as well as a gap between it organizations and it suppliers.The problems raised in the survey on both sides and can most easily be summed up that it buyers are not connected with and to the it providers in their fear to lose their margins crude remains stuck in an old business model.
Customers are surely satisfied, but for outsourcingleverantörerna, it is a constant struggle.despite the high demand means the many commitments is also a challenge to find continued profitability. Outsourcing is an exciting market that is moving in two directions at the same time.But in terms of value increases, however, only 3-4%, " says Hans Werner, president of research firm Radar and paints the challenges:– This means that providers get paid less all the time.They are trying to automate and streamline as much as possible, but many are with the big overhead costs so it is more about trying to maintain the profitability per traded crown rather than trying to increase it.
Customers are surely satisfied, but for outsourcingleverantörerna, it is a constant struggle.despite the high demand means the many commitments is also a challenge to find continued profitability. Outsourcing is an exciting market that is moving in two directions at the same time.But in terms of value increases, however, only 3-4%, " says Hans Werner, president of research firm Radar and paints the challenges:– This means that providers get paid less all the time.They are trying to automate and streamline as much as possible, but many are with the big overhead costs so it is more about trying to maintain the profitability per traded crown rather than trying to increase it.
But when it comes to the digitisation of the companies ' production and processes, it is just a lot of talk and little action.Instead, it is a classic technical consultants that are at the forefront.There is much talk about the digitisation of the big production, or Industry 4.0, as it is also well be called.But from the it konsulthåll it is still a lot of talk and strikingly little industry 4.0, in all cases, the concrete example of the latter.It says Hans Werner, president of research firm Radar.on the Contrary, it is in the technology consulting and engineering company such as ÅF, Prevas Sweco, Sectra, Semcon and Sigma who has come the furthest on this journey.
But when it comes to the digitisation of the companies ' production and processes, it is just a lot of talk and little action.Instead, it is a classic technical consultants that are at the forefront.There is much talk about the digitisation of the big production, or Industry 4.0, as it is also well be called.But from the it konsulthåll it is still a lot of talk and strikingly little industry 4.0, in all cases, the concrete example of the latter.It says Hans Werner, president of research firm Radar.on the Contrary, it is in the technology consulting and engineering company such as ÅF, Prevas Sweco, Sectra, Semcon and Sigma who has come the furthest on this journey.
Bowlin 2016, 382 pages, 22 euros.Brexit, the refugee crisis and the Karlsruhe OMT decision.there are Three reasons why the German economists on nestor Hans-Werner Sinn cancelled at the last autumn holiday trip and began to write a new book.Grim name Black jun comes from the fact that last June, the united Kingdom decided in a referendum, leave the EU, and in Karlsruhe sit on the German constitutional court decided to accept the European central bank the ECB's so-called Outright monetary policy operations, i.e. OMT:t.Sinn was expecting another kind of solutions.Brexit-the decision is due to the Sinnin think to a large extent the EU's own mistakes.
It is the analyst company Radar Ecosystem as a set of large magnifying glass on the Swedish it market, and the most eye-catching of the year is that the growth of the country's total it budget is expected to be weak.Despite the digitisation and consultancy company that talks about the hottest mode since around the year 2000, the growth of the it budget is only 1.3 percent.Not least, the marketing manager would like to have more to say, when it comes to example, the purchase of the big data solutions or decision support tool to better understand how their customers think and behave.Hans Werner, managing director at Radar Ecosystem says that it is becoming increasingly clear that it is expected that you will get more for their money.also Read: skills shortages puts a spoke in the wheel for the it industry in Stockholm, sweden– There are big demands for increased productivity and efficiency per spent it crown.
It is the analyst company Radar Ecosystem as a set of large magnifying glass on the Swedish it market, and the most eye-catching of the year is that the growth of the country's total it budget is expected to be weak.Despite the digitisation and consultancy company that talks about the hottest mode since around the year 2000, the growth of the it budget is only 1.3 percent.Not least, the marketing manager would like to have more to say, when it comes to example, the purchase of the big data solutions or decision support tool to better understand how their customers think and behave.Hans Werner, managing director at Radar Ecosystem says that it is becoming increasingly clear that it is expected that you will get more for their money.also Read: skills shortages puts a spoke in the wheel for the it industry in Stockholm, sweden– There are big demands for increased productivity and efficiency per spent it crown.
As Computer Sweden wrote last week so decreasing the rate of growth of the Swedish it budgets for the first time in three years.the Growth of the overall it budget is expected in 2017 only amount to 1.3 per cent, to sek 166 billion.The overall it market including it investments made in the business is increasing by 2.1 per cent.at the same time increases the service market segment with the entire four per cent – and thus reaches more than 105 billion in revenue for 2017, reveals new figures from the analyst Radar.In plain English, this means that the Swedish organisations would rather spend the money on it consultants than their own it department. "Overall, is the strong growth in all segments, with emphasis in operations-related areas such as project management, architecture and specialistroller," says Hans Werner, president of Radar Ecosystem.
As Computer Sweden wrote last week so decreasing the rate of growth of the Swedish it budgets for the first time in three years.the Growth of the overall it budget is expected in 2017 only amount to 1.3 per cent, to sek 166 billion.The overall it market including it investments made in the business is increasing by 2.1 per cent.at the same time increases the service market segment with the entire four per cent – and thus reaches more than 105 billion in revenue for 2017, reveals new figures from the analyst Radar.In plain English, this means that the Swedish organisations would rather spend the money on it consultants than their own it department. "Overall, is the strong growth in all segments, with emphasis in operations-related areas such as project management, architecture and specialistroller," says Hans Werner, president of Radar Ecosystem.
But the great demand on the market means that prices are now rising for the first time in ten years – according to research firm the Radars of the report on the it consulting market in 2017.According to this growing consulting market by 3.6 per cent in the year, and the turnover is thus 55 billion.the Radar measures the movement of prices through an index composed of project management, management and developers – and this increases by 2.1 per cent in 2017. "this is The first time since 2007," says Hans Werner.But also transitionsprojekt, where you move things between vendors or technologies and platforms.– The other competencies where it is clear are management consultants and enterprisearkitekter, then there are islands such as databases, decision support and security.
But the great demand on the market means that prices are now rising for the first time in ten years – according to research firm the Radars of the report on the it consulting market in 2017.According to this growing consulting market by 3.6 per cent in the year, and the turnover is thus 55 billion.the Radar measures the movement of prices through an index composed of project management, management and developers – and this increases by 2.1 per cent in 2017. "this is The first time since 2007," says Hans Werner.But also transitionsprojekt, where you move things between vendors or technologies and platforms.– The other competencies where it is clear are management consultants and enterprisearkitekter, then there are islands such as databases, decision support and security.
On this, we find nothing in the minister's digitaliseringsstrategi, writes Hans Werner and Sverker Brundin at the Radar Ecosystem Specialists.Many people believe that digitisation is all about the interface, apps, e-commerce and apis.But the technology is just one of many tools and interfaces are just the first step.We can also save resources in the areas of digital health care, so much can be handled remotely.There is an increased need of training in, for example, library, primary school, college and universities.in Addition, the need of society to ensure that citizens ' security and personal privacy be taken advantage of so that confidence in the digital society is maintained.
It is the authorities ' lack of approach to safety that is the big problem – not outsourcing in itself, says several it experts about the scandal at the transport agency.the Scandal surrounding the Transpoststyrelsens inadequate management of security classified information has triggered the most difficult crisis that the government has been about.In the wake of it-the scandal has raised critical voices that question the Swedish authorities choose to outsource the operation of their computer systems by it vendors.a number of it experts as a New Technology have spoken with suggest that the scandal may lead to a setback for it Sweden.Outsourcing is singled out as the culprit, but the truth is that it creates clear economies of scale for authorities, says Hans Werner, ceo at it analyst firm Radar.– In the short term, there is a risk that the authorities pull back on outsourcing, but it, in turn, will put tremendous demands on efficiency and quality within the it organization.
The nordic countries is, by far, when research firm Forrester takes the pulse of the it investment in Europe this year.Here goes the investments, up by 4.8 per cent in 2017, compared with last year and is expected to land at eur 66 billion. "Not surprising at all," says Zoran Covic, ceo of konsultmäklaren Ework.the Nordic countries is in general far advanced in the entire digital transformation with a strong infrastructure, highly skilled people and many large companies who are at the forefront.Hans Werner, ceo of analysbolaget Radar, says there are two main explanations to the nordic countries are doing so well now.– It depends on Sweden and the Nordic countries is so mature markets, which means that we spend such a large part of our it-money supplier relationships and a small portion internally, and that means that demand is increasing.
Before the 2017 predicted the analyst company Radar a reversal of the trend, where the growth in it budgets was expected to be weaker than in the past.Inflationsrensat get it less money to spend in relation to what you are expected to create for their money even if most of them have shouldered it well, " says the Radars of the president Hans Werner.These two temporal reference points have a clear thing in common, a focus on security. " If we look at where the focus is for the second half of 2017, so we see that it infrastrukturmässigt is a clear indication that security will be an important area.There has been a lot of talk about ransomware, and we saw what hit Maersk, says Hans Werner, and notes that the transport agency outsourcing hardly will do to säkerhetsfokuset reduced.From the report we can also note that the investment declined in the areas of hardware, with 1.2 percent, and software by 1.9 per cent.
Before the 2017 predicted the analyst company Radar a reversal of the trend, where the growth in it budgets was expected to be weaker than in the past.Inflationsrensat get it less money to spend in relation to what you are expected to create for their money even if most of them have shouldered it well, " says the Radars of the president Hans Werner.These two temporal reference points have a clear thing in common, a focus on security. " If we look at where the focus is for the second half of 2017, so we see that it infrastrukturmässigt is a clear indication that security will be an important area.There has been a lot of talk about ransomware, and we saw what hit Maersk, says Hans Werner, and notes that the transport agency outsourcing hardly will do to säkerhetsfokuset reduced.From the report we can also note that the investment declined in the areas of hardware, with 1.2 percent, and software by 1.9 per cent.
today, Radar its annual report supplier quality assurance representatives in 2017, where Swedish customers can think about their it suppliers.In three of the four market segments, increase customer satisfaction.A clear picture in this year's survey is also that the gap between the highest-and lowest-rated suppliers increase significantly.The choice of suppliers it buyers make is becoming increasingly important.The ones that are best continues to be improved and that is the worst continues to deteriorate because they have not had the same ability, or the economy to transform their business, says Hans Werner, who believe that the type of differentiation will continue. " as to the delivery of it capabilities to a high degree been standardized and matured is customer sourcingutmaning in to avoid the risk of suppliers price and specifications are often equivalent.
Apple’s operating systems have recently had more than their fair share of serious security issues, and the latest problem will be enough to rattle millions of Mac users.Previously credible researcher Linuz Henze has revealed an exploit that in one button press can reveal the passwords in a Mac’s keychain.Keychain is where macOS stores most of the passwords used on the machine, ranging from iMessage private encryption keys to certificates, secured notes, Wi-Fi, and other Apple hardware passwords, app passwords, and web passwords.A pre-installed app called Keychain Access enables users to view the entire list of stored items, unlocking each one individually by repeatedly entering the system password, but Henze’s KeySteal exploit grabs everything with a single press of a “Show me your secrets” button.Henze demonstrates KeySteal in a YouTube video (via 9to5Mac) depicting the latest public version of macOS Mojave, 10.14.3, but says that the exploit also exists on earlier versions of macOS.While the demo is run on a 2014 MacBook Pro without Apple’s latest security chips, Henze says that it works “without root or administrator privileges and without password prompts, of course.” It appears to work on the Mac’s login and system keychains, but not iCloud’s keychain.
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