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posted in April 2018
Gather as much data as you can about your customers, optimize metrics to address business questions, and build out your AI-based applications.
Migrating an application to the cloud involves much more than just selecting a cloud provider. It can be done, but think security, connectivity, and things like labor costs.
While the rationale for modernizing IT is often apparent, sometimes the messaging and positioning on the part of the IT group is just as important.
IT executives know that the cloud is changing everything, but they might forget that they have to update their disaster recovery plan accordingly.
It's a mistake for companies to view compliance with GDPR as just a financial burden. There are real benefits to be had in understanding and protecting customer data.
The cloud is much more than on-demand computing and storage resources. It is the foundation for a whole new world of exciting and smart ways of doing business.
When deploying an analytics initiative throughout an organization it's time to utilize agile concepts.
The successful shift to an agile organization isn't just about a mandate from above; management has to embrace agile as a way of doing business.
When it comes to customer service automation, don't think robots can do it all. They need to work in combination with human staffers.
Dabbling in the cloud rather than having a cloud strategy with assigned responsibilities is a step toward disaster.
How data, subscriptions and new business models are transforming the CIOís relationship with the customer.
It will take a multi-pronged approach for IT organizations to stop the escalation of IT costs.
The adoption of AI applications isn't about replacing workers but helping workers do their jobs better.
Agile and DevOps concepts help businesses get the basics of applications to market quickly, and those same concepts can help prepare the military for its challenges.
It's crucial for a data protection officer -- required under the EU's GDPR -- to have a enterprisewide view of an organization's stored data and how it is used, or not used.