The word "digital" is a dangerously generic buzzword that few understand or agree on, yet those left behind by digital's evolution will have an increasingly hard time catching up
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A huge opportunity to provide large scale business innovation with smart strategies and effective execution is tempered by strong competition, legacy perceptions and a ticking clock to successfully demonstrate relevance and effectiveness.
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Digital platforms that are fit for today's specific business purpose are essentially far more agile, open and flexible versions of the old proprietary enterprise suites.
Innovative Internet of Things efforts need the maturity and experience of industrial internet service providers to secure data platforms and drive growth.
Next week's 'IoTworld' conference promises to be the new hot spot in Silicon Valley, revitalizing an 'app' culture that has mostly run out of steam.
Homogenized software can limit innovation as companies grapple with digital evolution options, while marketing continues to dominate tactical thinking.
Strategic opportunities around digital have never been more experiential and immediate, yet it's also never been harder to find ways to reach and influence people.
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