We have reached an inflection point where the world is simultaneously threatened by billions of cyber-attacks every day, yet also holds the infinite potential to transform business, communities, social movements and the global economy.
New innovations, new digital disruptions and entirely new industries emerge. A company’s fortunes will rest with its ability to understand and securely harness the power of its connections, to find patterns and intelligence in the data, to forge new connections and create new networks that anticipate and respond to customer needs and shifting market conditions.
Each stage of your organisation — securing, processing, collaborating, innovating, disrupting — requires a new level of understanding and trust in the infrastructure that powers your ambitions.
As IT leaders, you have the responsibility to bridge the gap between business and IT, move beyond the massive complexities, the operational headaches, the productivity loss, and security breaches to lead a fundamentally new approach to digital business transformation.
Here’s the science bit
Our own CIO has a bold hypothesis about digital transformation and the Chief Information Officer’s central role in guiding positive business outcomes.