How Digital Transformation Impacts IT Outsourcing

How Digital Transformation Impacts IT Outsourcing

The global sourcing industry posted a decline in transactions. Large financial services firms, especially banks, are increasingly looking to expand their in-house IT teams and insource parts of their outsourced IT services portfolios.

via Everest Group

How AI will Challenge Enterprise Cybersecurity Defenses


“AI-powered attacks will outpace human response teams and outwit current legacy-based defenses; therefore, the mutually-dependent partnership of human and AI will be the bedrock of defense strategies in the future.”

via World Economic Forum

Connected IoT Devices Will Generate 79.4ZB of Data

Connected IoT Devices Will Generate 79.4ZB of Data

Devices connected to the Internet, including machines, sensors, and cameras that are the Internet of Things (IoT), continues to grow. IDC forecasts there will be 41.6 billion connected IoT devices generating 79.4 zettabytes (ZB) of data in 2025.

via IDC

Factory Simulation Software Revenue will Reach $4.1 Billion

Factory Simulation Software Revenue will Reach $4.1 Billion

The market for factory simulation software products will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 11 percent to reach $4.1 billion for over 172,000 users in 2030, according to the latest worldwide market study by ABI Research.

via Digital Lifescapes

Talent Management and Digital Transformation Leaders

Talent Management and Digital Transformation Leaders

“The CHRO brings experience in traditional talent management, including acquisition, training, retention and compliance, while the CIO brings an in-depth understanding of enabling technology and digital transformation opportunities.”

via Gartner

Digital Reinvention in a Global Networked Economy

Digital Reinvention in a Global Networked Economy

“Mainstream economics has largely failed to keep up with the rapid pace of digital transformation, and it is struggling to find practical ways to address the growing power of dominant tech companies. If the discipline wants to remain relevant, then it must rethink some of its basic assumptions.”

via World Economic Forum

Digital Money Transfer will Reach $525 Billion by 2024

Digital Money Transfer will Reach $525 Billion by 2024

Mobile and online (digital) money transfer offerings will continue to transform the market. New technologies, such as blockchain, will further accelerate the trend.

via Digital Lifescapes