Does digital transformation also carry the social responsibility of saving our planet? Forbes contributor Daniel Newman claims that the technology movement that we credit with improving customer experience has a bigger calling.
IoT brings innumerable opportunities to the business world. Multiple statistics show the grave economic impact that IoT will bring, but not many organizations are thinking of truly creative ways to capitalize off of the incoming surge in invaluable data. Businesses can now track the usage of their products, and sell services to go along with them. The IoT opens far more opportunities than most organizations are pursuing today. For instance, organizations that sell products can attach sensors to them to track the usage of the end-user. This usage can turn into another stream of revenue.
The words ‘digital transformation’ can be heard everywhere. Constantly mentioned in business context, it may seem as if digital transformation is here to overthrow entire industries. At LeanIX, we view digital transformation as an important tool to redefine your business and catapult your organization swiftly into the digital age.
What exactly is digital transformation, and what has been its effect on Enterprise Architecture?
We are living in the era of technology. Smartphones power the world around us, giving us tips of where to eat in new cities, keeping us connected with family members on different continents, and keeping a steady beat of music in our ears as we go throughout the day.
Part two of the DevOps series. In the first installment, we explained what DevOps is, and why your company would benefit from incorporating it into your organization. In the second and final installment, we will cover the changes that DevOps brings to company culture, and the best tools for DevOps success.
Trends show that Enterprise Architecture is becoming widely sought-after, yet TechTarget reports only one out of four businesses has a formal EA practice, and nearly half of those businesses still don’t use it effectively.
Forrester predicts that more than 50% of global enterprises will rely on at least one public cloud platform to drive digital transformation and delight customers. The cloud is truly business critical and is now a mainstream enterprise core technology.
IoT technologies are currently taking the world by storm. More and more objects have some sort of network connection, and the trend isn’t slowing down. According to a study by General Electric, IoT will be adding $10-15 trillion USD to the global GDP. As the FDA approves the first digital pill that tracks when you have taken it, connected devices have firmly become a fixture in our lives.
Historically, companies were required to purchase, assemble, and maintain their entire IT infrastructures in-house. Cloud transformation is changing that.