Articles in category Digitalization


Cloud computing statistics for 2021 & forecasts for 2022

Through cloud computing, businesses no longer need to invest in software or hardware for accessing databases, data storage, servers, networking software and such related resources. With cloud computing, they enjoy faster load speeds and more flexible resources which they can grow and scale with greater ease. And crucially, these are flexible resources that are accessed on a pay-as-you-go basis.   As a result, with no up-front investments required, ‘on-demand software’ allows businesses to budget more precisely for the use of state-of-the-art applications as and when they need them. Some blogs ago, we examined the benefits of and differences between the 3 'as-a-service' cloud computing models most popular these days (SaaS, PaaS and IaaS), and outlined how best to determine which might suit these requirements.  All well and good. Now, however, let’s put our heads further in the cloud to look at some statistics regarding these as-a-service platforms and evaluate how businesses are faring with them at present and what we can expect from the cloud computing industry going forward. 
David Adamick
17 December 2021
6 min read


How to start implementing innovations in your company?

Introducing large innovations in a company is a spectacular event. It’s an opportunity to boast to our colleagues and superiors that we have implemented something fantastic and to make the competition jealous. I’m also convinced that without innovative action, which results in creating new services and value for the customer, it is impossible to think about the progress of our company.
Cezary Zbierzchowski
20 April 2020
8 min read


How to find an idea for corporate innovation? An example of a waste bin becoming a compelling prototype

Prototyping is an important part of the innovation process. Apart from the fact that it quickly gives new ideas a tangible shape and doesn't generate large costs, it is also a great opportunity to verify whether a service meets the user’s expectations. Participants of every "innovative brainstorming" or, more generally, creative workshops used to develop new products, can create prototypes.
Cezary Zbierzchowski
02 April 2020
7 min read