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Latest digital transformation publications


5 key tech challenges for 2021 – and how to overcome them

2021 could be a pivotal year for businesses large and small, for many reasons. But how can organisations turn potential upcoming challenges into opportunities and what role will tech play


How to align cyber security to your digital transformation strategy

In order to make sure that you have a strong cyber security strategy that matches your digital transformation, follow these tips.


Baking success into digital transformation

Cohesity’s Ezat Dayeh outlines his recipe for a successful digital strategy in 2021


Beneath the Surface of Digital Transformation: Why Leaders Modernise Enterprise Applications

Organizations that strive to be customer-obsessed must undergo a digital transformation and use technology to drive superior customer experiences externally, powered by efficient and responsive internal operations. A foundation of systems, processes, and investments drives ongoing innovation and supports your organization’s digital transformation. Key elements of the foundation are in enterprise applications, that is, systems of record, that support internal operations.


Creative Destruction: Why the 2020 enterprise generation needs open platforms, not an ‘app for that’

The dynamics of business today are tough and getting tougher. In 1965, the average company on the S&P 500 could expect a 33-year tenure on the index. By 2026, that’s expected to be 14 years. Or, looked at from another angle, about 250 of the 500 will be gone inside 10 years. The Kodaks, Blockbusters, and Yahoos disappear and are replaced, for a while at least, by the generation of Zoom and the makers of Snapchat and TikTok. Innosight, the company from which I borrow the above scary numbers, calls this Creative Destruction. Your nemesis comes from richly funded startups or internet royalty such as Amazon, Alibaba, and Google. It’s as likely to come from China or India as the US or Europe. Companies rise and fall faster than Icarus and tomorrow’s largest company in the world is the company you haven’t heard of today. To compete, companies must iterate and constantly reinvent themselves.