Technology is one half of digital transformation; training is the other.
To maximize output of any digitalization project, organizations must treat it as a wider business initiative, rather than a targeted IT transformation.
Businesses are faced with the second wave of digital transformation and getting to grips with the future of hybrid working.
Digital transformation is a central development strategy for eight out of every 10 companies active in research and development in Greece, while six in 10 plan to continue using telework after the pandemic, according to the findings of a survey conducted by the National Documentation Center (EKT) at the end of 2020.
Federal agencies have embarked on an ambitious digital transformation journey that will greatly enhance their ability to deliver mission-critical services and improve efficiency.
As we slowly return to a post-COVID world, IT leaders should raise their periscopes and review industry trends. While many organizations were busy shifting to hybrid work, updating business processes, and adjusting to changes in customer needs, the opportunities to innovate, improve customer experiences, launch digitally enabled products, and mature machine learning capabilities may have taken a back seat.
Mitel’s Jamshid Rezaei discusses developing trends in the telecoms sector and the importance of employee buy-in when it comes to digital transformation. Jamshid Rezaei is the chief information officer of Mitel, a Canadian telecoms company that focuses primarily on voice over IP (VoIP) products.
The payments industry is revolutionising at an exponential rate. And the truth is, there has never been a greater need for it. Supercharged by the pandemic, consumer spending fuelled with a surge in e-commerce reaching an estimated $794.50 billion in 2020.
How and where can edge computing help enterprise IT leaders deliver on digital transformation goals? Think about all that data you’re crunching, for starters. Experts share best practices
Never let a crisis go to waste. Many organizations see the pandemic not as a global catastrophe but as a rare opportunity to accelerate digital transformation plans to adopt scalable and flexible tools and processes to help them through an unprecedented, unpredictable era.
If your organization is busier than ever “digitizing,” you’re not alone. Digital efforts have been proliferating for years as companies strive to catch up with technological innovation.
The inclination of the world towards digital transformation has changed our lives for better. The year 2020 saw a lot of aspects of life and businesses slowing down, but that wasn’t the case with digital transformation. On the contrary, it had put forth a different picture altogether.
The pandemic forced organizations to boost IT investment and prioritize their digital transformation initiatives. These three factors will continue the push toward innovation
The major of digital transformations fail because they are not done wisely. Successful change runs deeper than just the adoption of new technologies.
Companies are heavily investing in digital transformation projects. It is hard to read an article that doesn’t tell you that your company needs to digitally transform. While it is obvious that all companies need to do this, there is an open question about what to do.