Every company that has an active audit function reviews compliance, risk and process strength linked to defined policies; the frequency of audit varies but at least once a year IT does figure in the calendar. They sift through logs, evidence of process adherence, change requests, documentation, defined standards, IT security, procurement discipline, and exceptions to all of these.
A study conducted by the Institute for the Future and Vanson Bourne on behalf of EMC suggests that very few businesses have embodied the attributes of a digital business in their fullness. Based on a survey conducted with 3,600 business leaders across 18 countries from mid to large enterprises the study establishes the fact that we need to do a fast catch up with it to retain the pole position.
If you want to stay ahead of the market as the leader, you would want to know what trends will affect customer demand. How will these trends affect hiring decisions? Are these new technologies (classified as digital) really equipped to power disruptive business models? What are those key factors that will help organizations survive digital disruption?
Many folks are talking about the 'digital' transformation that is happening today. These folks mention digital transformation as if its something new or different than any other transformation project. Digital transformation is nothing special or new...its just another change that companies have to undergo to remain competitive.