I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks. Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Digital Transformation and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
On CMSwire.com: https://www.cmswire.com/digital-workplace/from-remote-working-to-intelligent-working-next-steps-for-digital-transformation/
From Remote Working to Intelligent Working: Next Steps for Digital Transformation. Many organizations felt they were making good progress on their digital transformation plans to modernize business systems and operations. Then COVID-19 hit. Companies were then forced to accelerate these efforts to accommodate a particular component of digital transformation — supporting a remote workforce. A great article giving concrete examples on steps for a efficient digital transformation project.
On doxee.com: https://www.doxee.com/blog/digital-marketing/publishing-industry-and-digital-tranformation-be-a-publisher-today/
Publishing and digital transformation: what does it mean to be a contemporary publisher? The publishing industry has changed profoundly and it continues to change with digital transformation, moving towards digital content, formats, tools, and media that are closer to the needs of readers. But what does it mean to be a publisher today? What are the main challenges in the world of publishing and information? We have addressed this question several times on our blog in the last two years, also thanks to the pandemic that has greatly influenced people’s consumption and entertainment habits. In this post, we will try to take stock of the situation and understand how large and small publishers can redesign their business strategies and give life to new paths, new types of content, and new ways of making information also thanks to the use of data.
On techwire.net: https://www.techwire.net/news/commentary-7-leadership-strategies-for-counties-digital-transformation
7 Leadership Strategies for Counties’ Digital Transformation. Steve Monaghan, the veteran chief information officer for Nevada County, has published the fourth in a series of six essays for Rural County Representatives of California, a 39-member service organization that advocates for policies on behalf of rural counties. Now is a critical time for rural counties to digitally transform how they do business. Counties have been automating labor-intensive business processes for decades; think timesheets, payroll and tax bills. However, digital transformation is not about simple automation of labor-intensive processes. It requires re-evaluating how we deliver services, interact with our residents and function as an organization, then leveraging innovative technology to make those deep organizational “transformational” changes.
On CEOworld.biz: https://ceoworld.biz/2022/03/25/3-tech-solutions-to-bake-into-your-digital-transformation-strategy/
3 Tech Solutions to Bake Into Your Digital Transformation Strategy. Only 30% of corporations have seen improved performance stemming from their digital transformations. Because these transformations represent an evolving series of changes, success requires a multifaceted approach. Here’s how companies can get started on a smoother, more rewarding digital transformation. Companies around the world seem to be flocking toward digital transformations. Yet even leaders who embrace the concept don’t seem to be getting consistent results. Of course, getting everything to work in tandem can be tough. To improve potential outcomes, be sure that you’re folding the right technologies and solutions into your workflows. That way, you’ll avoid misses and enjoy more hits. Below are some areas to get you started on a smoother, more rewarding digital transformation.
On themediaonline.co.za: https://themediaonline.co.za/2022/03/ease-of-use-critical-to-digital-transformation-adoption/
Ease of use critical to digital transformation, adoption. In a world digitizing faster than ever before, users are often confronted with a myriad of technology driven solutions, purportedly designed to offer enhanced integration, automation, and business intelligence. With so many emerging technologies screaming for attention, solutions must be differentiated to prove that they offer users true benefit and value. Today, ease of use is a crucial differentiator. A study conducted by the International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology, and published on ResearchGate, reports that ease of use is a critical factor in digital transformation and the adoption of new technologies. The research showed that “technology adoption is affected by uncertainty, perceived ease of use, and perceived usefulness.” It also noted that compatibility and perceived ease of use are affected by the perceived usefulness of the technology in question.
On themanufacturer.com: https://www.themanufacturer.com/articles/from-ai-to-drones-how-4g-and-5g-are-switching-on-the-factories-of-the-future/
From AI to drones: How 4G and 5G are switching on the factories of the future. When it comes to digital transformation, British manufacturing has a lot to gain. As we strive towards Industry 4.0, digital manufacturing techniques will help make production more efficient, safer, more accurate and more secure across a whole host of sectors. But this is only possible with the right connectivity – opening the door to the connected factories of the future. Working with British Sugar, we recently switched on a first-of-its-kind private mobile network, spanning multiple factory sites across a large geographical area. And while this was – of course – a huge milestone for us at Virgin Media O2 Business – it’s also a significant step forward for British manufacturing as a whole. Private networks like these are a big part of building the smart, connected factories of the future, with all the benefits this offers.
On CIO.economictimes.indiatimes.com: https://cio.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/corporate-news/accelerate-your-digital-transformation-with-an-effective-sustainability-agenda/90410327
Accelerate your digital transformation with an effective sustainability agenda. Sustainability is a transformation opportunity for organizations, where they can leverage the power of data and technology to drive change. Environment sustainability is no longer restricted to being a corporate agenda or a compliance issue for organizations. Today, every stakeholder, from customer to investors, governments to employees are ensuring corporate board rooms are placing sustainability as their top agenda. While organizations are taking note of this, what is important to see is the outcome of their actions.