Keys to Successful Digital Transformation Across the Three Cs: Connectivity, Communication and Collaboration
According to a study by McKinsey, seventy percent of transformations fail. Contributing factors include “insufficiently high aspirations, a lack of engagement within the organization, and limited investment in resources and skills across the organization to sustain the change, among others.”
According to a Government Technology report, the cloud now represents about one-sixth of all gov tech funding opportunities. In the state and local gov industry, about one-sixth of funding opportunities are for cloud computing services.
Original post on SD-WAN Resource The pace of Digital Transformation (DX) shows no signs of slowing, and with new technologies, applications, automated systems, along with the need to compete based on delivering outstanding Customer Experiences (CX), increasingly...
The ongoing digital transformation of our society has left no room for trepidation. As disruptive technologies flood the market, many governments and enterprises have remained at the forefront of adoption to benefit from the many advantages these solutions offer.
The trend of digital transformation grew swiftly, with business now looking vastly different than even just a decade ago. One of the most notable changes of digital transformation is the abundance of digital devices and applications being adopted and leveraged, especially by industries that usually weren’t known for their technology use. Now, an industry like manufacturing is virtually unrecognizable, with factory floors being transformed into digital havens ripe with devices adding efficiency and ease to a variety of processes.
The recent, and extremely rapid onset of digital transformation has forever greatly shifted the way work gets done seemingly overnight. Businesses now leverage numerous digital devices and applications, looking to increase efficiency, productivity, and of course revenue during their daily processes. However, though technology seeping into all industries may appear to be the biggest change brought about by digital transformation is the transition to a mainly remote/mobile workforce.
ConnX Introduces Premium Microsoft Dynamics 365 Offering as Part of Its Expanding Set of Managed Cloud Services to Global Enterprises
ConnX announced it has introduced a premium version of Microsoft’s popular Dynamics 365 product line of enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management intelligent business applications.
Network technology has changed greatly since the advent of digital transformation, as businesses stray away from traditional networks and gravitate towards cloud-native networks. The transition comes at a time where the business world is shifting towards remote/mobile work. Today, almost half of the workforce is expected to be mobile in some form. As technology use along with remote work continues to rise, cloud-native networks are set to become commonplace for enterprises in all industries.
In an increasingly digital environment, the education system has continually harnessed an array of innovative devices and solutions, integrating them into the learning process to great effect. The introduction of key technologies such as Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have fundamentally altered how faculty teaches and how students learn in the higher education realm.