Paying for a coffee through an app on your cell phone or buying a product through a tablet in department stores is already common in big cities. However, most small and medium-sized businesses , which are the engine and backbone of the local economy, still have a way to go to migrate to being fully online.
Data protection, now more than ever, is providing peace of mind and ensuring business continuity. The world of data protection is wide and varying, across new technologies and old, striving to support an ever-changing world of technology and the way we work.
As financial services evolve to meet the challenges posed by a digital-first marketplace, banks need to bring technology out of the shadows of operational support functions and into the forefront of innovation, digital services and customer experience.
Are your digital initiatives truly transformative, or just an upgrade? Consider these five defining characteristics of real digital transformation
As well as costing millions of lives, the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the world’s economy. Although vaccines are now rolling out around the world, even though that’s at a different tempo depending on the country, enterprises are cautiously hoping that they are past the worst, and are looking forward to recovery.
Cerner connects people and systems around the world by offering a range of intelligent solutions and tools that support the clinical, financial and operational needs of healthcare organisations.
We live in a world inundated with data. For organisations with even a modest IT estate, the growth in the volume of data gathered from their systems, processes, customers and products has grown exponentially in recent years. Historically, IT data has been siloed because of separated, disparate systems and data generation and collection mechanisms.
How are CIOs handling the next chapters of their digital transformations? Consider these CIO insights regarding focus, enabling technologies, and security priorities
Over the past few years, the term “digital transformation” has become popular among entrepreneurs and business leaders. As technology advances and culture changes with it, more consumers are demanding online services and capabilities — and more companies are pivoting to try to meet the demand.
Leadership capability is the ability to envision and drive organizational change in systematic and profitable ways. Digital capability empowers organizations to not only enhance existing processes and products, but improve or even create new business models.
While a few firms—the digital giants—are winning big from digital technology, most big firms are engaged in digital transformations that typically yield limited gains. Most C-suites are frustrated and disappointed.
For almost all enterprises, the Internet of Things (IoT) is crucial to assisting digital transformation, a new report from Omdia asserts. The analyst firm’s latest IoT Enterprise Survey suggests IoT deployments have matured within organizations, as almost three-quarters (73 percent) said they were either in full deployment, or trial/PoC stages (up four percent year-on-year).
Today, 90% of manufacturing firms in Northern Europe are investing in improved workflows to improve their energy and material efficiency, rising to 95% for respondents in the UK and Ireland. Another compelling finding was the common practice of having a dedicated sustainability team in the organisation, with 86% in manufacturing citing they do.
Telecom carriers are becoming giant IT organizations, and the needs and architectures of telcos and enterprises are converging as they both engage in deep digital transformation. Meanwhile, public cloud hyperscalers (AWS, GCP, Azure, etc.) are facing similar challenges as they spread across networks and extend their offerings into telco-based edge compute.
The most essential competencies for D&A leaders are leadership skills such as influencing, engagement and effective communication plans.