Low-code platforms become digital transformation’s hero
Digital business acceleration is pressuring IT leaders to dramatically increase application delivery speed and time to value, which is where low-code comes to the rescue.
Low-code: The jet fuel of agile adoption
Low-code capabilities circumvent lengthy development cycles and rigid legacy systems to rapidly produce new applications that meet immediate business needs.
Where exactly does AI rank in the digital distrust stakes?
Despite mistrust, we have reached a point of no return on the customer experience improvement curve, with the baton passing from human to digital interaction.
How do you solve the digital trust dilemma?
Building digital trust with stakeholders is no mean feat for enterprise-level organisations facing increasingly complex technological disruptions.
Don’t let myths overwhelm true cloud benefits
Unravelling the fiction surrounding the benefits of cloud-based applications and establishing the truth behind cost, security, performance, flexibility and compliance.
The facts and myths around cloud migration
The days of basic data storage and retrieval are gone, as we move into the age of using information to make more-informed business decisions.
Five mile-markers to successful digital transformation
The enterprise journey to digital transformation requires a solid plan, with clear markers to guide achievements and the passage to the end goal.
A business shortcut to digital transformation
Companies able to use technology to keep going and rethink their future operating model by fast-tracking digital transformation will be the ones ahead of their competition.
CSPs play critical role in digital transformation
Content services platforms help companies to drive and succeed in their journey to achieve true digital transformation.
Shared services are information powerhouses
Leveraging the power of digital transformation means getting the right information to the right people at the right time, to empower them to make informed business decisions.
Achieving digital transformation via shared services
Pre-COVID, the perception was that some processes simply could not be performed remotely, but this assumption has been re-examined through a digital viewfinder.