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Digital Transformation - The Use Cases: Sports

Digital transformation is the use of new technologies to drive significant business improvements, taking into account the ever-changing nature of customer demands. While this sounds like something reserved for high-tech businesses, digital transformation is, in fact, crucial for all businesses.

January 25, 2015 by

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Digital Transformation, Part 4: The Role of Leadership

Mastering digital transformation under the pressure of possible disruption is challenging, especially with so many lacking the management and experience necessary. Clear direction and initiative from the right leader can make a substantial push forward.

September 24, 2014 by

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Digital Transformation, Part 2: What makes it disruptive?

It's clear to see that technology is disruptive. This is precisely why we need to talk about digital transformation. Driven by the combination of ever-growing digitization and evolving consumer demands, digital transformation is the use of new technologies to drive significant business improvements. This includes capitalizing on new opportunities as well as effectively transforming existing business.

August 14, 2014 by

Mozilla begrudgingly decides to adopt Adobe's DRM

Hemmed in on the issue of implementing digital rights management (DRM) within the browser, Mozilla said it cannot change the industry's approach to DRM, and as a result, would ad the W3C Encrypted Media Extensions to desktop versions of Firefox

May 14, 2014

Device tracking by web sites can be a good thing

Yes, many web sites try to keep track of the physical devices from which you connect to them. This could be nefarious, but much more likely the site has very good security reasons to do it.

October 14, 2013

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