Providing the tools and inspiration to help businesses grow and succeed in a world of rapid digital transformation, the Citrix Summit ’19 is taking place in Florida in January. As well as providing critical training and hands-on learning, the summit also features a new Marketing Track and a free certification exam at its Certification Centre. […]
The inaugural Transformation 4.0 interactive forum exposes new ways of thinking and leading organisations in the digital economy. Featuring interactive discussions, case studies and expert insights, the event will discuss how technology is being used to push organisations into the digital age and about embracing an end-user-centric way of innovating.
Data has consistently shown that innovation leads to long-term business growth, quicker penetration of new markets and that all-important edge to compete in a digital economy. However, a recent study has revealed that board members globally do not rank innovation as a priority in their strategic challenges.
The global reference for industrial IoT, the IoT Solutions World Congress is dedicated exclusively to connecting IoT providers with industry in order to help the latter increase productivity via this disruptive technology. With over 300 exhibitors, the 2018 edition will continue to explore the latest industrial IoT innovations to bring visitors the necessary cutting-edge expertise […]
The potential applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been a hot talking point for businesses in recent years, particularly when it comes to the subject of digital transformation. While it is true that AI will radically alter how organisations work, experts believe that it can’t act alone: research shows that a new kind of collaborative intelligence, where humans and machines work together, is the future of innovation.
A few years after it was announced that the war for digital talent had begun, this reality represents one of the biggest challenges facing companies today. The only way businesses can win this war is by understanding their digital needs and taking a different approach to their talent strategy.
Digital business is still a top priority for CEOs, says this year’s Gartner’s CEO Survey, but it also noted several important shifts in CEO perspectives. The most significant change was how workforce-related issues now represent one of the biggest challenges for executives today.
With most organisations looking to create new products, services or business models in the coming years as their primary strategy to generate organic growth, traditional companies are under intense pressure to develop innovative products to keep the pace of innovation and meet rising customer expectations.