“Individual technologies are becoming ever more interconnected and interdependent, increasing their impact and value as a result; smartphones, computers, TVs, enterprise data centers and software, and IoT will drive most of the TMT industry’s revenue; and lastly many previously hyped services and products will finally become a reality in 2020.”
Technology is changing and challenging governments around the world. With data analytics and artificial intelligence, new technologies present governments with tremendous opportunities to improve public services, get better value-for-money, and curb corruption.
Visionary companies are exploring use cases and aligning with the emerging quantum computing ecosystem to become “quantum ready.” Here’s what you need to know to get started and explore the possibilities.
Digital assets and blockchain solutions are revolutionizing business operations across industries. As your enterprise shifts from proof-of-concept to production-grade implementation, leaders will seek technological solutions that include advanced security and scalability.
“The purpose of a company is to engage all its stakeholders in shared and sustained value creation. In creating such value, a company serves not only its shareholders, but all its stakeholders – employees, customers, suppliers, local communities and society at large.”
According to 75% of surveyed executives, AI and analytics will help them to achieve stronger data-driven decisions, access deeper insights and move them into new businesses. Almost 85 percent say AI could enable them to gain a competitive advantage.
Modern IT functions follow design-thinking practices, by which they develop an in-depth understanding of users’ needs as the basis for new products and features. Such practices should interest the CEO: McKinsey research shows that they’re correlated with strong financial performance.