Digital Digest #204

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Weekly Digital Digest

Monday 9 September 2019

Ovum and GoTo reveal what IT leaders need to succeed in 2020 and beyond

GoTo by LogMeIn has published the findings from a new global survey conducted by Ovum Research. The survey of 2,100 IT buyers and leaders found that communications and collaboration tools were “business critical” to the success of...

C-level execs struggle to measure business capacity

Precursive, UK provider of the resource management and OpsTech solution, has published research that reveals only 15% of C-suite executives can accurately measure business capacity - defined as the volume of work that can be handled by...

Huawei claims 5G innovation lead

Huawei announces over fifty 5G commercial contracts secured and over 200,000 Modules shipped.

UK plc holding back on a digital future

Almost half (44 percent) of UK organisations are worried they could miss out on the benefits of technological innovation because they haven’t planned radically enough.

Improving service resiliency and incident automation

One of Arizona’s largest utility providers, Salt River Project, has adopted the ScienceLogic SL1 platform. Salt River Project, like many enterprises today, are transitioning from outdated legacy platforms to next-generation AIOps systems that facilitate service-level...

Digitl transformation projects continue to be at risk

Despite rising optimism, 86 percent of organizations prevented from pursuing new digital services or transformation projects.

A secure network for quantum communication in Europe

Austrian-led European Consortium paves the way for pan-European Quantum Communication Network.

Low-code helps to deliver digital banking channel for Nationwide

Largest building society in the world uses OutSystems to radically transform self-service options for its business savings customers.

SAS insights drive All Blacks as ‘Official Analytics Supplier’ to New Zealand Rugby

Player and team performance insights help drive competitive advantage.

 
 

LAST WEEK TO ENTER!

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