Nearly all CIOs and other IT decision-makers consider robotic process automation (RPA) as a crucial part of their company's IT strategy, according to a survey from Redwood Software. The resulting report, "The 2017 Robotics Pulse Check," indicates that RPA has emerged as a growing priority over the last year, given its potential to save on costs while increasing organizational agility by... Read More »
As if we needed any further validation that the age of artificial intelligence (AI) has arrived: Literally every organization either has AI solutions in place, or plans to invest in the technology over the next two years, according to a recent survey from Cylance. The resulting report, "Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise: The AI Race is On," reveals that CIOs and other leaders... Read More »
With most enterprises now using machine learning in some way, CIOs and their tech teams are looking ahead to the next big step in this emerging technology: the automation of decisions that affect business operations and the achievement of strategic goals, according to a recent survey from ServiceNow. The resulting report, "Read More »
While a majority of organizations recognize the urgent need to deploy artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, relatively few are adopting AI beyond pilot programs, according to a recent survey from the MIT Sloan Management Review and the Boston Consulting Group. The resulting report, "
A combination of employee cultural shifts and the dominate role technology plays in our lives has resulted in organizations committing to a digital workplace, according to a recent survey from Dimension Data. The resulting report, "
A commitment to emerging technology, when combined with a dedication to better user and customer experiences, is translating into significant revenue gains for companies, according to a recent survey from Alfresco. The resulting report, "The Great Rethink:... Read More »
If your IT employees feel like they're on a perpetual hamster wheel—working hard but not really moving forward—they're far from alone: Tech leaders and staffers spend the vast majority of their time "keeping the lights on" instead of innovating, according to a recent survey from Sungard Availability Services. The accompanying "Read More »
There's a huge difference between how companies' executives believe they are encouraging a digital culture and how employees think their leadership is doing, according to a recent survey from Capgemini and Brian Solis, a prominent digital analyst and author. The resulting report, "The Digital... Read More »
The line between business and technology strategies has begun to blur, according to a new study, and IT personnel increasingly operate at the core of their organizations. As a result, IT leaders face two sets of challenges: executing day-to-day IT operations efficiently and cost-effectively, and developing the technological foundations for innovation and future growth, according to the "
While nearly all IT and business decision-makers believe automation plays a critical role in ongoing digital transformation efforts, most admit that they haven't made enough progress in this area, according to a recent survey from Infosys. The resulting report, "Human Amplification in the Enterprise: Automation. Innovation.... Read More »