Digital transformation
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The future is here

The world is changing at such a rapid pace that the future is here and it's being driven by data.

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First step to digital transformation

The foundation of digital transformation is digitising paper-based documents.

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Bringing digital transformation into focus

Many companies are appointing chief digital officers and investing in their digital transformation programmes, says Nigel Hysom, business unit manager: EIM, Western Cape at Datacentrix.

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Digitalisation: the key to unlocking future opportunities

Datacentrix offers a number of starting points to help customers take digital transformation from a plan to reality, says Nigel Hysom, business unit manager, enterprise information management, Western Cape at Datacentrix.

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Digital transformation: demystifying needs and challenges

Riverbed Technology's CIO, Richard Hillebrecht, shares his thoughts on the challenges that CIOs face with digital projects.

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Digital transformation on the horizon in SA

Cloud computing lowers development costs while providing better data availability and increased scalability and flexibility, says Kerry Hope, business development manager at Magic Software SA.

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10 things you need to know about digital transformation

There are 10 considerations that that will help companies on their digital transformation journey, says Sabby Gill, executive vice-president, International, Epicor Software.

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Office 365 key to digital transformation

This offers the most powerful tool set available, says director of bSOLVe Simon Hepburn.

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IT help wanted: CIOs need not apply

It's less about developing and implementing a digital strategy, and more about formulating a business strategy for a digital economy, says Simon Carpenter, chief technology advisor at SAP Africa.

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True digitalisation in Africa

New digital services are addressing some of the continent's most critical challenges.

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How seriously should you take digitisation?

The business environment is constantly being disrupted by new market entrants using innovative technology, says?Rick Parry, chairman and CEO at AIGS.

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