“Digital transformation” is a popular business buzz word, but what exactly does it mean? When people talk about digital transformation, a lot of times they actually mean “digital modernization.” While these terms sound synonymous and are often used interchangeably, it is important to recognize key differences. Digital transformation is much more than simply going digital. It is the process of taking advantage of innovative technology to reimagine an organization’s processes, culture, people, and customer experiences. It can result in new business models, revenue streams, policies, and values. We’re speaking with industry expert Russ Nelson, who is our Adobe platform leader, to understand digital transformation and why it’s important, especially for industries facing disruption. Listen to this episode to learn: The difference between digital transformation and digital modernization What is driving digital transformation How to get kick-start your organization’s digital transformation Tips for a successful digital transformation
How To Achieve a New and Improved App Environment
Understanding what applications you have and what roles those applications play within your business is the first step to improving your application environment. Application rationalization will help improve efficiency, reduce complexity, and start you on the path to application clarity. Tune in to the latest “ and there you have IT” podcast to learn: Current state of the application environment Benefits of an application rationalization Tips for a successful cloud migration
Preparing your E-Commerce Site for the Holiday Shopping Season
The busiest shopping days of the year happen during the holidays. Can your website survive Black Friday? Join us as we discuss tips for preparing your e-commerce website for the holidays, the top 3 things retailers should focus on, and small improvements that most organizations would find easy to accomplish.
The Future of Cloud and Data Analytics
Listen to part four in our podcast series Ten Things Traditional Enterprises Can Learn from Cloud-Native Companies to hear Alan Grantham speak about the importance of cloud governance, and why the governance engines you use must enable business and enhance cloud guidelines. Mr. Grantham also touches on where he thinks cloud is headed, and what the state of cloud will look like in the next ten to fifteen years.
Critical Cloud Conversations: Imposter Syndrome, the Cloud Mindset, and Why Empowering Failure Is Vital to Success
The term cloud can be a nebulous one. Cloud is a broad concept that can involve public, private, hybrid, colocation,multiple platforms, and multiple models. Any conversation around cloud should really be a conversation that incorporates the business, security, data, labor and resource components of your impending journey. When it comes to cloud strategy, the list of considerations is long. Successbegin with a shift in mindset, a shift in culture, and a team of empowered humans ready to unlock the full business value of cloud. In this episode, hear Alan Grantham talk more about these critical considerations: Why cloud-first can be a challenge How “faking it until they are making it” leads to a bigger realization The importance of failure, and why it should be rewarded