Right now, digitalisation is transforming entire industries. Etienne Greef says as new technologies redefine how we work, play and live, organisations have extraordinary new opportunities for growth and innovation.
Des Powley explains how digital transformation could be an opportunity to assess and rewrite your IAM policies in line with a digital world, get rid of legacy systems and become more user-friendly for employees and customers.
Vidya Vasu explores how the third digital revolution will impact the work of sysadmins, as well as the continuation of the cloud in the workplace amongst other predictions.
Kevin Davis discusses how vital it is that organisations look to agility as a way of providing speed of change and embracing new technologies to facilitate customer needs
John Ferron discusses the best way to embark on a digital transformation exercise that can deliver business efficiency and security
A new report states that the UK is not prepared for a future that includes robotics and Artificial Intelligence
Claire de Longeaux discusses how physical identities need to change, notably through a numerical evolution.
According to new global research from Dell's Digital Transformation Security Survey, security is often seen as a barrier to digital transformation, therefore brought into the process too late to make a meaningful impact.
The digital revolution has freed data from the office to multiple devices, bringing with it issues of secure acess, compliance and reputational integrity, which even smaller law firms must now address explains David Meyer.