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Think Like a Disruptor Before You’re Disrupted

Countless industries and sectors are in the crosshairs of digital disruption, so it’s best to proactively change an outdated business model.

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Driverless Cars Are a Matter of ‘When’ Not ‘If’

Cars now communicate with drivers and are capable of performing the same driving responsibilities as people, giving hope for fewer accidents and less congestion.

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Why AI Is the Future of Customer Satisfaction

Organizations are arriving at a fascinating (and often unsettling) inflection point in business, where AI and virtual agents replace humans for more than rote tasks.

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Digital Is About Cooperation, Not Ownership

Digital is not a thing that is owned by a specific executive or a specific department—it’s a new way of doing business and engaging customers.

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How the Few Impact the Many

Which tech companies have the greatest influence on people today, and which will have the greatest impact on our future?

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How Executives Fall for Email Scams

“Whaling" attacks that trick CFOs, HR directors, sales teams and even CEOs into divulging sensitive data are on the rise, and cost businesses millions per year.

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Rise of the Machine Learning Ecosystem

Although machine learning will continue to grow, CIOs and business leaders must tune into this technology and understand its disruptive capabilities.

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How the Cloud Reshapes Roles and Responsibilities

As an IT leader, it is imperative that you recognize the human element in the move to cloud management and reassure your team that the cloud creates opportunities.

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The Revolution Will Be Digitized

In order to keep pace with technology’s evolution, CIOs must build disruption into their organization’s DNA and recalibrate their thinking to support innovation.

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Why Planned Obsolescence Is a Flawed Plan

The digital revolution has succeeded, so device makers should enjoy their victory and cut back on product cycles that offer little added value.

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