Digital Transformation


How to empower citizen developers to help overcome skills shortages

The pandemic accelerated digital transformation across all industries, exacerbating Australia’s tech skills shortage. Research from RMIT Online identified a need for 156,000 new technology workers in Australia, with 87% of jobs now requiring digital skills. This skills gap is set to cost the economy $10 billion in lost growth by 2025 in technology, media, and communications alone.


Top 10 Digital Transformation Trends For 2022

The digital transformation that many companies underwent in 2020 continued in 2021 at a rapid pace as the pandemic continued to impact the world. While many of my digital Top transformation trends predictions from a year ago were proven correct, others didn’t quite come to fruition and were displaced for more urgent and strategic needs as the pandemic persisted. What does this mean for 2022?


How government agencies are improving citizen and employee experiences

Government agencies had to adapt to a rapid increase in demand for services in 2020. They also had to adjust to a remote workforce. Many found themselves picking up the pace of their digital transformations and trying to modernize during a global health crisis. Perhaps above all else, many learned the importance of using the right digital tools, platforms, and services. They still have a long way to go.

The Value of Digital Transformation in Financial Institutions

According to a 2020 survey done by Boston Consulting Group, 75% of executives regard digital transformation as an urgent priority in light of the recent COVID-19 crisis and 65% said that they were considering increasing their investment to that end. Standardized and automated threat detection and IT incident response across siloed operational risk groups is required to have the agility, reliability, and efficiency to establish organizational resiliency in financial institutions.

Digital Transformation Secrets: Balancing Innovation and Uptime

Providing a superior digital customer experience is a critical component of business success for technology and digital service providers. But an enjoyable, effective, and reliable customer experience demands new IT architectures and places new expectations on the way SREs, development teams, ITOps, executives, and other previously siloed groups work together. And at what costs? To understand, we asked over 300 DevOps, ITOps and business leaders for perspectives.
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Driving Business Agility Without Large-Scale Transformation Programs

The agile transformation services market will grow at a compounded rate of 19.5 percent annually by 2026, according to Allied Market Research. The overall digital transformation services market, meanwhile, is estimated by Forbes to be worth trillions of dollars. Indeed, if we scroll through the annual reports of Fortune 500 companies over the last decade, many of them will detail going through some version of a digital transformation.


Helping manufacturers digitally transform and prosper

Manufacturers were already reexamining how they use technology when COVID-19 hit and significantly accelerated that need. Some transformed and were able to pivot quickly, but others are still grappling with challenges in their supply chain and demand fluctuations. There will be more changes, including unexpected ones, and manufacturing operations must adapt quickly. Digital transformation has some real advantages in the industry.


A digital transformation can help drive your company forward

As companies undergo digital transformation, they are becoming more effective, efficient and productive and are delivering an improved user experience. “Digital transformation creates a roadmap for the evolution of innovation inside a business,” says Jay Srage, managing director of Dubai-based Centrigent, a partner of Pittsburgh’s Milhem DTL, led by Ray Milhem.


How To Begin The Digital Transformation Process In Marketing And Communications

The year 2020 proved that we need to “adapt” to the unknown, the “new normal” and the constant transformation of what would become a new state of living — one that meant being “displaced” and personally disconnected. If the global Covid-19 pandemic taught us a lesson, it was that we could incorporate new ways of living by self-isolating yet maintaining social integration via a digital presence.