Industry advisors and consultants have debated the potential benefits of speedier sourcing for several years. In today’s rapidly changing business and technology landscape, it may become an imperative.
In the era of digital disruption, the ability to successfully implement new technologies such as mobility, big data and analytics systems, cloud computing options, or robotics for competitive advantage is critical.
Try as everyone may, cash is alive and well. Registers are still bursting with paper bills and metal coins.
Every 10 to 15 years companies witness a significant shift in technology. If this is the case, why is there so much talk of digital transformation now and what’s different about it today?
Funding for insurance-focused startups hit a record $2.7 billion last year. The number of investments involving such companies is expected to exceed 75 this year, up from 61 in 2015.
“Hybrid cloud” is one of the hottest terms in technology today. All vendors have a hybrid cloud strategy, but like potato salad recipes, no two are alike.
Hybrid cloud is changing the game for IT infrastructure. As public cloud adoption escalates, companies pivot from “Should I adopt public cloud?” to “How should I incorporate the public cloud into my existing on-premise infrastructure alongside private cloud environments?”
With the rise of cloud architectures, mobile applications, and the kind of collaboration that drives creative business processes, progressive enterprises are looking to do more than span the bedrock of traditional and operational integration layers.
The convergence of the "Internet of Things" and financial services industry not only expands technological possibilities but also raises serious ethical questions about the security of consumers' data.