Gitex 2019 is back after a year, with latest and greatest in the world of technology and business. Top technology enterprises, startups and think-tanks from around the world are waiting to reveal their eureka moments and life-changing innovations for all tech nerds out there.
Solely looking at digital transformation spending by organisations around the world should make it clear that it’s here to stay. A forecast by IDC states that worldwide spending on digital transformation technology and services may reach $1.97 trillion by 2022. The manufacturing industry is expected to invest the most, followed by transportation and retail. An organization’s transition can feel overwhelming as today’s customers expect a lot. So where can technology leaders go to stay knowledgeable and up to speed?
As we wrote about before technology is moving extremely fast and the role of IT Leaders is shifting from being a cost center to being a key enabler of their organization’s growth and success. Currently however difficult for IT Leaders and Departments to cater for innovation and digital transformation since their time is divided between three main things:
There is no doubt regarding the tremendous impact technology has on companies around the world. The use of technology have opened up a whole new world of insight and possibilities for these companies helping them gain deeper insight into their customers, improve their products and services, optimize their operations and more. However, the introduction of new technology isn’t easy, and usually is met with a lot of resistance from employees who are used to and comfortable doing their work in a specific way that they don’t fancy changing.
Did you know that you are probably overspending on your organization’s digital transformation? Instead, you could spend less and get more. Here’s what you need to know about the cost of digital transformation.
I have witnessed many organizations buying and renewing their licensing agreements from international vendors, without using it. This always led me to question why they would continue to do so, what are they winning, and why they are wasting their organizations money?
I have witnessed many organizations buying and renewing their licensing agreements from international vendors, without gaining any value from it. This always led me to question why they would continue to do so, despite suffering a loss.