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Artificial Intelligence Enables Clean Energy Solutions

Artificial Intelligence Enables Clean Energy Solutions

“Innovation-as-usual is no longer enough. Fortunately, artificial intelligence (AI) is emerging as a catalyst for scientific discovery, helping clean energy innovations get to market faster and disrupting existing business models.”

via World Economic Forum

More Opportunity in The Global Networked Economy

More Opportunity in The Global Networked Economy

“It is one of the great ironies of the immense potential of digital technology that we are no longer dealing with just a question of technology – 60% of global GDP is expected to be digitized by 2022 and there is increasingly little distinction between the digital economy and the ‘real’ economy, between digital society and ‘real’ society.”

via Thomson Reuters

Open IT Ecosystems Drive Better Innovation

Open IT Ecosystems Drive Better Innovation

“As digitalization progresses, a new trend towards openness has emerged, manifesting itself in topics such as open data, open innovation, and open API. Even the decades-long open-source movement is experiencing an incredible renaissance.”

via PAC

Hybrid Multi-Cloud Computing Investment Trends

Hybrid Multi-Cloud Computing Investment Trends

As more enterprise CIOs and CTOs embrace hybrid multi-cloud deployment strategies, business technology vendors and cloud service providers must continue to evolve their go-to-market approach — in recognition of the prevailing IT infrastructure investment trends.

via Digital Lifescapes

Chief Information Officer Predictions for 2019

Chief Information Officer Predictions for 2019

“The CIO will have their best-ever opportunity to partner with the CEO and the board. The reality is that most executive teams still lack qualified digital expertise at the leadership level. This is hampering strategic decision making across the enterprise.”

via Constellation Research

Knowledge Transfer: The CIO Competitive Edge

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How will savvy CIOs and their organizations prepare for the next few years? They’ll invest in attending key IT industry events, and participate in uplifting knowledge transfer activities. Join your peers at Think 2019 in San Francisco.

via LinkedIn

4 Proven Digital Business Leadership Traits

4 Proven Digital Business Leadership Traits

“It takes more than an understanding of technology to be a digital hero in a fourth industrial revolution (4IR) global environment. Organizations will need leaders with technological smarts and the skills to drive transformation.”

via World Economic Forum