Digital Transformation Insights

Fri, 16 Feb 2018

Six Reasons Why Digital Transformation is Inevitable in 2018

Learn why digital is inevitable in 2018
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Fri, 16 Feb 2018

Infographic: How Digital Continues to Disrupt

How Digital continues to disrupt

Digital transformation happens everywhere and is imperative for all businesses. Digital has emerged as the driving force behind what is possible, connecting the enterprise with customers like never before. It is reshaping human lives and is constantly redefining the way customers interact with businesses. The risk of digital disrupting business process is serious. It is an ideal time for enterprises to adapt digital at the core of their business processes and embrace mobile-first, cloud-first and AI-first approaches to deliver new standards of digital experiences.

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Fri, 24 Feb 2017

Digital Speed is Re-engineering Traditional IT

For nearly a decade, CIOs and IT leaders have experimented with two-speed IT to drive business agility, only to discover that two-speed IT had more downsides than upsides. The process improvement they expected in delivery and collaboration was hard to come by.

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Pull the Plug on Two-Speed IT

 By decoupling the management of customer-centric front-end systems from the transaction-oriented back-end systems, two-speed IT architecture allowed companies

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Thu, 28 Jul 2016

5 Essential Steps to Improve Omnichannel Security

Top_5_steps_to_evolve_into_a_CYBERSECURITY_leader.jpgGiven that the rapid expansion in use of digital technologies also expands the attack surface, successfully managing security risks in omnichannel devices is a constant battle for CIOs and CISOs. Here are five essential steps to turn security risks into rewards by improving your omnichannel security:

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Wed, 24 Feb 2016

Looking Beyond Agile: the Lean Revolution

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Lean Software Development, a pro-lean culture emerging from within the Agile community, is an equally radical shift as the transition from Waterfall to Agile Development model. Seeking incremental waste reduction and value enhancement, the Lean methodology applies principles of lean manufacturing to optimize the whole IT value stream, and create desired outcomes: improved time to market, efficiency, quality, and most importantly developer engagement.

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Posted by Marketing Team on 10:34

Labels: agile, lean