What will the biggest tech and digital transformation trends be for 2021? In this piece we highlight 10 of the biggest trends that will impact the way we work, live and communicate in the coming year.
Every year, I make my predictions for 10 of the biggest trends in digital transformation. With COVID-19, we saw massive change in a short period of time. In this post we look back at the predictions for 2020, and how the pandemic impacted the adoption of new tech and digital trends.
Samsung’s AppStack launch is a boon to SMBs seeking to embrace digital transformation. Solutions range from G Suite’s collaboration platform, to CRMs, time tracking, design, POS offerings, and more. AppStack is billed as a one stop, easy-to-manage, no-risk, lower cost technology solution and is an attractive offering. Now, comes the hard part — getting consumer attention and driving trial.
Here are some insights on how Martech is enabling enterprises to overcome market challenges.
At Microsoft’s Inspire event the company highlighted its Return to Workplace offering, with investments intended to help clients and partners build and enable resilient organizations around the world as we collectively shift to a digital first mindset. Already a significant player in the enterprise workforce, the continued strengthening of its various offerings, all designed to seamlessly work together, serve the myriad needs across the enterprise, as well as in the partner ecosystem, means that organizations don’t have to look outside the Microsoft solution set to do what it is they need to do. I would guess this makes other SaaS providers nervous, and rightfully so.
As we turn to AI to do more tasks for us, the need for emotional intelligence has never been greater. How and why companies must strike the right balance between empathy and technology–especially as it relates to the use of AI.
Microsoft announced the launch of a global digital skills initiative serving 25 million by year end, in a move that is both as brilliant as it is benevolent — and that’s impressive. Here’s why.
Informatica announced today the acquisition of Compact Solutions, which will make the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform and catalog offerings even more attractive for clients looking to embrace rapid digital transformation.
Last week Microsoft hosted its annual biz apps summit where it shared the important role applications are playing in rapid digital transformation.
MATRIXX Software, expanding its collaboration with AWS, makes a compelling bid to gain early mindshare in driving the rapidly unfolding CSP, supplier, public cloud collaboration frameworks within emerging 5G environments. Here’s what I think is ahead as it relates to MATRIXX’s next moves as well as the competitive landscape and what to expect on that front.