One of the foundational reasons why these newly formed digital businesses see such a level of success is because they are designed to be agile from the bottom up. They have the ability to rapidly change and stay in tune with customer preferences and needs. For longstanding businesses to compete, they need increased agility that lets them innovate and respond equally as fast. This blog explores 5 elements that every enterprise must develop to ensure they keep winning in the digital era.
Posted by: Smit Gupta on February 7th, 2017
As part of Digital Transformation, Enterprises are seeking ways to meet the unprecedented levels of speed and flexibility that digital businesses require by adopting new ways of developing and delivering software utilizing the cloud.
Posted by: Greg Fischer on January 19th, 2017
This is the 22nd blog in a series about security and how security is about how you think. How you think about security also determines where the best practices are put – MUST, SHOULD, or COULD as they apply to your environments and computer systems.
Posted by: Michael Kain on January 18th, 2017
In 2003 Mark Zuckerberg got into his university’s private data network. Doing so was effectively against the rules. As was using the images and information he found to create a website that, in time, would become one of the world’s largest companies.
Posted by: James Mayo on January 18th, 2017
While digitalization has become the synonym of transformation, and a focus of leveraging an eco-system of service providers, IT operations as well as IT vendor & sourcing leaders must reconsider the architectural approach as they are designing and building new services, combining internal/external towers across various teams that provide support.
Posted by: Phillipe Bovy on January 10th, 2017
As organizations move to digital, they must consider the impact to the other 2 "Ps"; People and Process. Joining us today to discuss these people and process challenges is Renee Casanova, Director of the Service Management Advisory Practice at Unisys.
Posted by: VFTE Editor on January 3rd, 2017
This is the 21st blog in a series about security and how security is about how you think.
With the last six blogs, I’ve examined the six more obvious goals of security: authentication, access control, data integrity, confidentiality, availability, and non-repudiation. We need to talk about the secret seventh one: TRUST.
Posted by: Michael Kain on December 20th, 2016
Organizations must consider several things when moving to Digital Service Management. Joining us today on Views from the Edge Podcast to talk about this new focus on Digital Service Management and how it is changing the nature of enterprise services is Kathy Shedron, ServiceNow Program Lead with the Service Management Practice at Unisys.
Posted by: VFTE Editor on December 20th, 2016
In the transformation to digital, IT leaders must change their perspective on how they view, plan and execute IT. Joining us today on the Views from the Edge podcast is Ian Clayton, Senior Client Advisor from the Unisys Service Management Advisory Practice.
Posted by: VFTE Editor on December 15th, 2016
I have followed the PSR’s progress to radically change the way that money moves around in the UK since the inception of the Strategy Forum in October 2015.
Posted by: Kevin Rayner on December 14th, 2016