The competitive strengths of the past — corporate size and history, brand strength, and market leadership — have given way to a “new order” where agility, technology savvy, innovation underpinned by creative skills, and acumen with big data, analytics, and design thinking rule the day.
This iView discusses "next Gen" payment services. A next-generation payment services hub is an infrastructure built on service oriented architecture that shares common components to support a variety of payment types and the processes that make them work, from approval to messaging to settlement.
Analyst looks at several examples of the transformational nature of information from traditional to digital approaches enabling work done in new ways across the organization.
Many organizations understand the value of optimizing its print and document infrastructure in order to achieve greater efficiencies and cost savings, increase security and better meet your regulatory/compliance and environmental/sustainability objectives. This iView discusses the current trends and steps to discuss with your print and document mangement provider.
Big Data and analytics (BDA) is often a response to change in business environments. Internal organizational changes and external market changes both mean that management need greater transparency into cause and effect, and ask for better information and analytics. IDC asked the survey respondents to indicate three drivers that were forcing their businesses to change and evolve.
This iView highlights 5 main bussiness model shifts from you digital transformation journey and discusses practical examples and recommendations to help with your strategy to effectively monetize digital transformation
The 3rd Platform disruption — cloud, mobility, Big Data/analytics, and social business — increases pressure on most businesses to transform. While IT organizations have worked hard over the years to learn how to cope with changes, the current rate of acceleration and the order-of-magnitude increases in every measure of volume present the CIO with a seemingly impossible challenge.
The way enterprises work, communicate, and collaborate with co-workers, customers, partners, and suppliers is undergoing a rapid and dramatic transformation. This iView provides recent research findings and an overview of this transformation from 2nd to 3rd platform environments.
Cloud adoption is growing. A recent IDC survey revealed that fully 68% of organizations had some form of cloud strategy (public or private). A very broad range of workloads are migrating to the cloud – 30% or more of organizations have already migrated, or have plans to migrate literally every workload we asked about to the cloud. But despite this level of adoption, most organizations are still working to improve their cloud strategies.
As more of the world goes online, including the physical world, the more opportunity there is for enterprises (and consumers) to use data in new ways. This iView explores the many different applications of today's data.