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Will Smart Cities Make Society Smarter?

In Digital Transformation by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

The year is 2036. You ride to work in your automatic car, chatting with a coworker from across the country via virtual reality (VR) glasses. Her VR image is crystal clear, like she is sitting in the backseat of the vehicle with you. You arrive at your destination and press a button, then your vehicle zooms off to your designated …

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Why Business Transformations Fail

In Digital Transformation by Eric Vidal1 Comment

We often talk about how digital transformation can be a game changer for your business, but what about other kinds of organizational shifts? They’re all too common. In fact, businesses today must transform to keep up with evolving consumer behavior, emerging technologies, changing laws and regulations, and the spread of globalization. Corporate transformations can be challenging, and data consistently shows …

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10 Questions to Ask a Prospective Cyber Insurance Provider

In Digital Transformation by Shelly Kramer1 Comment

With all the data organizations produce, collect, and store, the digital space is rapidly becoming a playground for cyber attackers. PwC reports cyber crime costs the global economy $400 billion annually, and that number keeps rising. There are steps your organization can take to prevent these costly breaches, including honing your encryption strategies and making sure employees pay close attention …

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Six Digital Transformation Opportunities for SMBs

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If you think of digital transformation as something reserved only for the enterprise, think again. Now, it’s true that there are a number of ways large organizations can sink their teeth into digital initiatives, but it’s also true that customers are at the heart digital transformation. When we look at it that way, it’s clear there are major opportunities for …

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Beyond Digital Transformation to Hyper-Disruption

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Most business leaders are familiar with the concept of digital disruption—a subset of innovative disruption, or a new tool that changes the rules of an industry and how the market operates. In the case of digital disruption, that tool is technology itself. Businesses who keep pace with digital transformation can safeguard against a crushing tide of forward-focused competition. Shifting your …

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Digital Transformation: The Law of the Farm

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Let’s be provocative! There is no such thing as “digital transformation” only organizations in transformation. The word digital in “digital transformation” is a symptom of something else much like having a fever indicates an infection. Many companies feel a burning platform syndrome and this is because there are core mechanisms burning inside the organization that are being pressured by the …

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The Solution for Low-Risk App Development

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In a world full of apps, one must be at the forefront of user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design to remain competitive. Without quality UI, your audience will get lost, confused, and frustrated—all of which leads to an incredibly negatively UX. Unfortunately, good designers can be expensive, and executives with the right capabilities are hard to find. The …

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Struggling with Digital Transformation and the Generational Path to Purchase? We’ve Got You Covered.

In Digital Transformation by Shelly KramerLeave a Comment

Everyone’s talking about digital transformation, but what are you DOING about it? For those of us in the B2B marketing space, the struggle is real. We’re moving from an analog corporate mindset to a focus on digital transformation, and—as an added challenge—working to connect with prospects squarely in line with their differing generational paths to purchase. Delivering the right message …

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How Edge Computing and Digital Transformation March to the Same Drum

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Edge computing—the practice of expanding computer applications, services, and data to the logical ends of a network—moves away from centralized nodes to the literal edge of the computing sphere. Perhaps a less complicated way to think about it is this: instead of devices like drones or traffic lights needing to connect back to a computer hub to make things happen, …