Fourth industrial revolution requires more fitting definition
The fourth industrial revolution should be seen as an evolution of technological transformation, rather than revolutionary change, advises professor Barry Dwolatzky.
Addressing key misunderstandings about digital transformation
Many people and companies confuse digital transformation with modernisation, says James Hickman, head of sales at Altron Karabina.
No ‘new normal’ for SA’s digitally-transforming businesses
Most local companies say they have gone backwards in digital transformation, an indication the pandemic slowed efforts to digitalise organisations.
ZTE releases Industry 5G Core White Paper
The white paper elaborates on an in-depth analysis and insights on the vertical industries and three private network deployment modes, and proposes the Industry 5G Core solution to enable digital transformation.
Take control with technology expense management
Technology expense management can drive business growth, as it takes charge of tech expense sprawl as opposed to applying fear-based cost-cutting.
The difference between true leaders and mere custodians
Building the foundation for a season of economic growth requires vision and bravery, and company leaders need to step up and own their decisions.
Nedbank builds cloud computing talent pipeline with AWS
The organisations partner to provide unemployed youth with free cloud computing skills development and job training through the AWS re/Start programme.
Why does digital transformation fail?
A legacy of failed transformation projects makes this clear: it has to be about people.
Improved data literacy equals data-driven digital transformation
Data literacy is the missing link in the data value chain, as the necessary know-how can extract the insights required to identify and develop new business opportunities.
Public Sector ICT Forum sets date for next event
The Public Sector ICT Forum confirms its next event series will be a virtual webinar hosted on 16 July, as COVID-19 cases continue to surge.
Digital transformation should be about the customer
Seamless digital interactions that are built around user needs will allow companies to deliver bespoke solutions in near to real-time, says Grant Phillips, group CEO at e4.