Customer behaviour and digital disruption are driving deal-making in the global telecommunications sector, according to EY’s 14th biannual Telecommunications Global Capital Confidence Barometer.
Bimodal IT erroneously and counter-productively asserts that technology must be kept in silos, and that while one practice is focused on delivering IT services, maintaining stability and efficiency, the other takes on more experimental approach to deliver innovation.
For over a decade companies have been urged to ‘digitalise’ or risk getting left behind, but Liri Andersson & Ludo Van der Heyden argue that the precept is at best confusing and at worst unclear for those eager to act.
By the end of 2017, 60% of Asia Pacific 1000 (A1000) enterprises will have digital transformation (DX) at the centre of their corporate strategy, with the majority even creating an independent position to oversee the DX strategy implementation, according to IDC Asia/Pacific.
CIOs aspiring to be agents of change in today’s modern enterprise have an opportunity to do so by leveraging digital trends, technologies, and the cultural dynamics they bring to the business, according to Gartner.