Digital Transformation Requires Robust IT Architecture

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Today, just 34 percent of companies say they build IT architecture strategies beyond a 12-month window, according to a survey of 500 U.S. firms. Yet a majority acknowledge the need for improved planning across their entire IT architecture – hardware, development (software), data, and security.

Source: CompTIA

Creating a Magna Carta for the Global AI Economy

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“We stand at a watershed moment for society’s vast, unknown digital future. A powerful technology, artificial intelligence (AI), has emerged from its own ashes, thanks largely to advances in neural networks modeled loosely on the human brain.”

Source: World Economic Forum

Exploring Top Smart City Projects in the United States

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Smart City projects have gained momentum over the last decade, as more municipalities across North American have launched a wide variety of digital transformation initiatives. That said, some cities have achieved significant outcomes that enable them to improve services for citizens.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

IoT Security Revenue to Reach $4.4 Billion by 2022

Global spending on IoT security is currently estimated at $703 million for 2017 and forecast to grow at a CAGR of 44 percent over the six-year period to become a $4.4 billion market opportunity by 2022.

Source: IoT Analytics

How Digital Evolution is Defined by Trusted Relationships

The DEI 17 reveals how a country measures up and also how it might take inspiration from techniques and initiatives that have proved successful elsewhere. This is essential knowledge in the changing digital landscape, and also for governments and policymakers overseeing digital transformation.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Digital Transformation Leaders Adopt Open Ecosystems

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IT and business leaders must acknowledge that they’ve likely reached a significant turning point. Business technology advances are disrupting the legacy status quo and bringing huge market turmoil in their wake. Industries are converging, and unfamiliar competitors are surfacing.

Source: Business Technology Roundtable

U.S. Proximity Mobile Payments will Reach $49.29 Billion

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eMarketer estimates the value of U.S. proximity mobile payment transactions will total $49.29 billion in 2017 — that’s up 78.1% from last year. Though the growth rate will remain in double digits through the forecast period, it will slow down to 23.9% in 2021.

Source: eMarketer