Mobile News Round-up: All About Digital Transformation
This week's review is full of tips and other wisdom on what's helping and hindering digital transformation in the mobile development industry.
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It's the middle of July and lots of folks are on vacation. That also means the mobile world is moving at a slightly slower pace than usual (not that it isn't still fast, it's just a little less fast). In light of that fact, this week is all about digital transformation. Yes, it's a buzzword. But it's also a very real thing that's happening in businesses across the world, and no industry is immune. Here's what you need to know about digital transformation.
Digital in the Enterprise - Information Age - July 20, 2017.
The digital revolution is happening, but what does that mean for businesses, and what do they need to consider? Takahiro Sato, President at Kyocera Document Solutions Europe, looks into the true meaning of digital and the impact it will have on enterprises.
Legacy infrastructure hindering digital transformation of supply chain - Information Age - July 18, 2017.
Struggles with the complexity of legacy systems are preventing consumer goods companies from achieving digital supply chain maturity and realizing the benefits of end-to-end visibility and real-time access to data
5 Ways to Help Your Aging Workforce Embrace Digital Transformation - Entrepreneur - July 12, 2017.
Baby boomers may be reluctant to dive into digital tools. But they should be encouraged, because they still have so much to offer.
The challenge and opportunity digital transformation brings - TechJuice - July 18, 2017.
It is now common knowledge that the biggest media company owns no content (Facebook), the largest transportation company owns no vehicles (Uber), the largest lodging company owns no properties (Airbnb) and the largest marketplace owns no real estate (Alibaba).
How CE Retailers Can Streamline Digital Transformation - Dealerscope - July 18, 2017.
Digital transformation has marked a seismic shift that the retail industry — particularly the way that it has, in turn, transformed consumer behaviors. From heightened in-store experiences to improved operational practices, brands must digitally transform every aspect of their business in order to stay competitive in the market.
What Do New Technologies And Digital Transformation Mean To The Military? - The Aviationist - July 17, 2017.
New Technologies, IoT And Cyber Threats Are Changing The Way War Is Fought In The Battlefield
Digital Transformation Is More About the 'Transformation' Than the 'Digital' - CMSWiRE - July 18, 2017.
We hear the phrase “digital transformation” a lot these days, and it often seems to focus on only half of the equation: digital.
Top 6 Digital Transformation Trends In Education - Forbes - July 18, 2017.
Educators from all grade-levels are coming to realize the benefits of technology in the classroom.
Digital transformation is now a matter of survival - Information Age - July 20, 2017.
Digital transformation is now a CEO priority, because it is a matter of surviving in an increasingly competitive environment – according to Werner Knoblich, senior vice president and general manager EMEA at RedHat.
Digital Transformation Is Racing Ahead and No Industry Is Immune - Harvard Business Review - July 19, 2017.
Dealing with today’s digital disruption begins by understanding how it differs from past industry changes. After all, stories of the end of our industry as we know it have been a trade press staple for decades. A few key elements distinguish this era of change from the past.
The Power Of Digital Transformation In A Data-Driven World - Forbes - July 21, 2017.
Organizations that view digital transformation as mainly a technology difference from traditional transformation through business process engineering will end up missing the power of digital transformation.
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