The key challenge of digital transformation is keeping potentially dozens of teams with different agendas working cohesively toward a shared objective. Utilize this mix of tools and techniques to ensure everyone is effective.
Here are a few ways the CFO—and any C-Suite leader within an organization—can become a cloud evangelist, while also making their own teams smarter.
Whether you’re the CEO of a fast growing start-up or a veteran enterprise executive, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the number of online threats posing real risk to your business.
In this age of disruption, it’s too easy for many businesses to see themselves as if they are at a disadvantage–the phrase “legacy company” has almost come to imply “not that relevant.” Nothing could be further from the truth.
Consumer food delivery apps are sucking a lot of the PR oxygen when it comes to this emerging space. So how does Foodee, which is a corporate food concierge app service, stand out?
Paul Barber, CEO of Prophix, had a growing profitable business across the border in Canada for years as a software distributor. Then NAFTA happened and essentially killed that market, forcing Prophix to do a U-turn.
How does a mid-sized company in the fiber optics world challenge the Cisco and Junipers of the world? InterOptic CEO Brian McConnell explains the company’s strategy in getting ahead of the marketplace.
Machine learning has traditionally been viewed as requiring extensive resources, time and technical expertise, but new capabilities are making the technology available and easy to use for any business.
Do you have a reputation for innovation? Does your organization? Is it something you think about as an important strategic asset for your organization? If not, this research shows that you should. Here’s why.
Chief Executive talked with Gigster CEO Chris Keene about why digital transformation is a startup game, the challenges the company faces in convincing CEOs digital transformation is a journey, his goals for the first 12 months and more.