Consumer technology news from the future
Digital transformation / DX
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
CEOs see secure digital sharing as the route to growth in new markets
How to digitally transform the business is top of mind for CEOs across many industries.
Analyst Opinion: Digital transformation needs to be built on a strong foundation
Digital transformation has already become one of the IT industry’s hot topics, and will continue to grab headlines through 2016.
Govt digital initiatives missing the personal touch, survey finds
“Such low support of online government channels is surprising given that 86% of New Zealanders use the internet."
Digital transformation the heart of APAC business
"Enterprises across Asia Pacific remain positive in the opportunities that digital transformation and technology bring."
NZ's largest city is 'on a roll' when it comes to innovation
“Major transformational projects, which are highlighted as key to Auckland’s momentum in the CMI, are changing the face of the city for the better."
Innovation required to survive changing workforce
“Businesses are quickly realising the need to support new ways of doing business in workplaces of the future."
DX spending to surpass $2.1 billion
"Digital transformation is not just a technology trend, it is at the centre of business strategies across all industry segments and markets."
DX creating 'massive' wave of new investments
The rush to digital transformation is creating a 'massive' wave of new investments in services to support the changes according to a new report.
Verint and Squiz partner up, target government bodies
“Digital transformation is a journey. There’s a lot more governments can learn from the experience of other industries."
Cyber security now about mitigating risk
“In 2016, cyber security will move further toward the boardroom as a corporate issue and become a continual process of risk mitigation."
Bi-modal IT, bringing businesses into the modern world
A bi-modal IT environment can help organisations more effectively align IT activities with the dynamics of a digital business, according to Red Hat.
IDC: More than 30% of current IT vendors will not exist by 2020
IDC says by 2020 more than 30% of IT vendors will not exist as we know them today, as digital transformation and third platform change IT forever.
IDC to CIOs: You must transform or be left behind
IDC has issued a stark warning to local CIOs, saying they must transform or be left behind, with digital transformation and third platform booming.
Yes Virginia, there are tangible financial benefits to digital disruption
New research shows clearly the tangible benefit from companies embracing 'digital transformation' - including big gains in revenue and profit growth.
New report shows clear benefits for 'digital disruptors'
If customers are holding out on taking the ‘digital transformation’ path, new research from CA Technologies might provide the incentive they need.
The keys to thriving in the age of the customer
2016 will be the most consequential year for companies adapting to the age of the customer says Forrester. So how do you ensure your business thrives?
Australian Government digital transformation facing barriers
Only 27% of Aussie government officials are confident in their organisation's digital readiness, despite viewing digital as a significant disruptor.
Digital transformation driving IT spending in higher education
Higher education IT spending in the Asia Pacific region is expected to significantly increase by 2019, thanks to digital transformation initiatives.
IT flexibility tops the enterprise agenda
"These themes underline the need to overhaul IT capability to place greater emphasis on collaboration and enabling innovation."
Navigating the Third Industrial Revolution
Digital transformations are taking place in every company, from the local supermarket all the way through to financial organisations.
Aussie government's digital transformation deadline looms
Adoption of the government's new Digital Service Standard amounts to a major IT transformation that should be planned for, not rushed.