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Cybersecurity – the business challenge of our age

Take any week on any year and you can bet there’ll be a report of a cybersecurity breach somewhere. Solving the cybersecurity challenge is one of the most important businesses challenges of our age – if not the most important.

27.07.17 Rick Hemsley

Liquid Workforce: Will flexibility bring us a better future?

Do we fully understanf the ethics of flexible working, the so-called “gig economy” used by the likes of Uber etc? How do governments respond to disruptive working practices, where we have not fully understood the implications? Find out more here.

21.07.17 Niamh McKenna

How to Ensure Your Technology Stack is Fit for Machine Learning

Your competitors are already looking at implementing new approaches to transforming customer conversations, make sure you can remain competitive by doing the same.

21.07.17 Matthew O'Kane

Blockchain implementation in the public sector

There’s a good opportunity here for public sector agencies to embrace blockchain implementations to find new ways to address these challenges, to support their workforce and to increase the value of the services delivered to citizens.

20.07.17 Victoria Thorpe

Adopting Machine Learning? First Rearchitect Your Data

With the rise of the machines, therefore, comes a responsibility to rebuild data processes to optimise them for Machine Learning.

29.06.17 Matthew O'Kane

People are the key to success in machine learning

With Machine Learning set to become one of the core determinants of business success, enterprises need to understand how they can introduce and scale the technologies across their operations.

22.06.17 Matthew O'Kane

Business EcoSystems

Governments and public bodies are all racing to get digital. In order to do this, they will need to leverage the wider ecosystem but with the additional burden of ethics of with whom and how they partner.

23.06.17 Niamh McKenna

Three reasons why machine learning is taking off now

Machine Learning is having its moment. We’ve reached a point where high-performance companies are looking at how they can scale Machine Learning and companies which do not are increasingly finding themselves at a competitive disadvantage.

15.06.17 Matthew O'Kane

Tech vision 2017: The unchartered

This video looks at "The Unchartered," a trend which encourages businesses to be ambitious—to invent new industries and set new standards. They must write the new rules of engagement themselves.

13.06.17 Michael Biltz

AI is the New UI

Discover how revenue agencies can harness the power of digital to provide services designed with the right mix of digital and human interaction.

08.06.17 John Baxter

Digital transformation and responsible business

We believe that business has a unique chance to use digital technology to drive growth and fairness for the UK. This will only be possible if together we tackle digital’s unintended consequences; such as unemployment caused by automation, and lack of customer trust in technology.

06.06.17 Jaime Keeble

Defining marketings new normal

We're entering a new era of marketing, where the traditional processes and techniques are being replaced wholesale. The emerging new normal for marketing is multi-disciplinary, integrated and data-driven: using insights to meet the demands of increasingly fluid and uncertain customer behaviours.

01.06.17 Christine Connor

Digital transformation—A brave new world

Last year, we partnered with Business in the Community (BITC) to explore fully the opportunities and challenges that the digital revolution presents to the UK.

30.05.17 Justin Keeble

How does AI respond to emotion

To create true ‘citizen-centric design’ particularly for services like those I’ve mentioned, developers and designers must think about the needs of the end user i.e. ‘emotion-centred design’.

23.04.17 Niamh McKenna

Why digital means sustainable

Any company can implement a sustainable way of growing their business, but it’s only effective when it’s tailored to the operations of that business. Find out how we're taking a digital first approach to enable this shift.

19.05.17 Mohini Rao

Will robots take over the workforce?

We’re at an important stage where we need to decide what can and should be automated, and which jobs we’d like to reserve for human employees. To cope with this businesses need to be more agile in order to embrace technology disruption.

18.05.17 Diana Barea

Robotic Process Automation: A new vision for health and public services

Depending on which headline you read, some 35 percent of jobs will be automated over the next 10 to 20 years. This change will have a profound impact on the delivery of our health and public services, where emerging technologies such as robotics, automation and cognitive computing will transform the workforce. The robot workforce, for years the stuff of science fiction, is fast being realised.

Some thoughts on the future of AI

In the past, a company could plot a directional setting that would last a decade. Today, this is no longer possible due to the blistering pace of technological change. This is particularly true of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and businesses that fail to keep pace with AI development risk falling by the wayside.

Tech Vision 2017: Workforce Marketplace

Discover how you can create talent marketplaces within organisations to unleash the power of people.

AI: Why every business must get serious about it

Today automation is reaching new heights, with Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities enabling greater machine autonomy. One of the most significant things about this new era of automation is that it goes beyond efficiency: it has the power to create new business models.

20.04.17 Laetitia Cailleteau

Automated intelligence: The future is here

From automated cars to digital assistants, many of the things predicted in the science fiction of the past have come to pass. But this is just the beginning: Looking ahead, the potential of technology is truly astonishing. One area holds particular promise to transform our lives: Intelligent Automation.

13.04.17 Emma Mcguigan

Building a Talent Pipeline

The digital skills gap is one of those topics that crops up time and again. The reason's simple: it's costing us. Businesses stand to lose if we don't invest in building a talent pipeline with the right skills mix – especially in a world where in 20 years, it's predicted almost 90% of jobs will have a digital element.

07.04.17 Mohini Rao

Tech Vision: AI is the New UI

Here we look at Technology Vision Trend 1; AI is the New UI. As AI takes over more of the user experience, it grows beyond just an intelligent interface. With each customer interaction becoming more personalised, powerful, and natural, AI moves into an even more prominent position: your businesses digital spokesperson.

11.04.17 Emma Mcguigan

Intelligent automation: The rise of the machines

Intelligent Automation, Artificial Intelligence (AI)—call it what you want, there’s little doubt it’s going to have a huge effect on businesses and societies over the next few years. But not all of this is going to be positive. Even on a more prosaic level there are challenges around Intelligent Automation to be addressed.

06.04.17 Russell Marsh

Cybersecurity Strategy: It’s everyone’s job

In this series of blogs, Accenture Security MD Sanjeev Shukla has been looking at how cybersecurity professionals can help bridge the security perception gap. This gap was identified in Accenture’s latest report on the subject, which revealed that while the majority of security professionals are confident in their cybersecurity strategy the fact is that one in three breaches are successful.

30.03.17 Sanjeev Shukla

The Ethics of data in future technology

Businesses have an ethical responsibility to ensure our data is secure. They also have a significant commercial driver: People will quickly stop using services they can’t trust. Indeed, consumers are becoming a lot savvier about security and data privacy. As a result, enterprises are increasing the amount of money they spend on data protection.

28.03.17 Kamran Ikram

How will Intelligent Automation influence the future of technology?

This is the final piece in a series that looks at the continued impact technology will have on our lives over the coming years. Distilled into three key themes, the series has explored the influence of ethics in technology and the use of technology in the future workforce. In this final edition, we are exploring that little thing that brings it all together—intelligent automation (IA).

23.03.17 Emma McGuigan

Is your cybersecurity fit for purpose

If businesses are going to thrive in the digital age, it’s vital the perception of their cybersecurity capabilities are in line with the needs of their business. In this blog, I’m going to provide you with three steps to help you ensure your cybersecurity strategy is fit for purpose.

21.03.17 Sanjeev Shukla

How will technology influence the future workforce?

This is the second piece in a series that looks at the continued impact technology will have on our lives over the coming years. We're exploring the influence of ethics in technology, the future workforce and that little thing that brings it all together, intelligent automation.

16.03.17 Emma Mcguigan

Future workforce: Leading open businesses

Digital disruption is transforming enterprises inside and out; changing everything from how they engage with customers to how they build productive workforces. Here we explore the implications of digital transformation on the workforce of the future and how leadership within businesses needs to adapt.

17.03.17 Arabel Bailey

Cybercrime: It's time for a new approach

When it comes to cybersecurity, it feels like we’re at a tipping point. While the subject has always been taken seriously, there’s evidence that nations are beginning to place greater importance on getting cybersecurity right.

14.03.17 Sanjeev Shukla

Future workforce: The network organisation

Traditional organisational hierarchies of the past are being overturned by digital technology. In a world where the top-down chain-of-command is no longer applicable, how can leaders best manage their talent?

21.02.17 Arabel Bailey

Digitising the world

As the workplace becomes the frontline for attracting and retaining top talent, we can expect to see more and more IoT capabilities being integrated into the built environment—our workers demand it! As such, the future of our spaces belongs to innovators who dare to make full use of modern digital technologies to connect and enhance their world.

14.02.17 Jay Hedley

A new type of leadership for our digital age

Digital disruption is, perhaps, one of the most used phrases of 2016. And so it should be. Business leaders now realise they have no option but to embrace digital business models if they want to remain competitive. Our economic future has seldom been more uncertain, and digital transformation provides businesses with a means of optimising their operations to help them navigate the choppy waters ahead.

07.02.17 Arabel Bailey

In the land of the new, security is king

User-design, agile, mobile, analytics, cloud, blockchain, virtual reality, IoT—they are driving deep change, and everybody is working to figure out where they can take us. Security is what connects them all—a wise man once observed that with the invention of the ship came the shipwreck! The security imperative is stronger and more challenging today than ever before.

03.02.17 Ger Daly

Being digital: The “no-regrets” route

Despite obvious gains, many Senior Executives are legitimately wary of moving towards digital. Assuaging those doubts, and pursuing “no-regrets” capabilities, is key for organisations hoping to lead in their industries.

24.06.16 Narry Singh

Digital Industry 4.0

The fourth industrial revolution is upon us. Supported by the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), businesses have an opportunity to improve their entire value chain. In this article—the first in a four-part series—we draw out the essence of Digital Industry 4.0, and highlight its potential.

24.06.16 Aidan Quilligan

Creating a digital workforce

Accenture MD Emma Cooper explains how businesses need to adapt to changing technology and embrace a truly digital workforce.

27.06.16 Emma Cooper

Jobcentres for a digital world

Jobcentres have come a long way from the days when they were paper cards on boards. Much of what they do has been automated, however the core function of Jobcentres has changed little. In an age of online job portals, private employment agencies and increasing self-employment, what is the function of the jobcentre?

09.09.16 Mark Jennings

Want to attract better students?

The answer? Deliver a better student experience. Digital disruption is coming to the education sector. Find out how your institution can stay ahead of the curve.

09.09.16 Mike Byrne

How is digital reshaping education?

Today’s global Education market is experiencing unprecedented levels of disruptors affecting the way in which universities compete and operate—and the majority of challenges to the traditional university are all related to the rise of digital. Find out how your organisation can use digital to improve educational experience.

27.09.16 Lydia Tallant

The new IT: An engine for enterprise innovation

One of the biggest changes brought about by digital technology is in how IT services are delivered to enterprises. The traditional IT services model cast IT as the guardian of enterprise systems; managing services and providing business support. This model is now being turned on its head. A new model for IT services delivery to drive business growth has come into play.

11.10.16 Bhaskar Ghosh

How to ensure you are using the best digital tools and techniques for success—The Technology Agenda—Part 1

Dan Farrell (Managing Director, Digital Delivery, UKI, Accenture Interactive) discusses how to cultivate agile teams and achieve success whilst considering common mistakes people make that hinder productivity.

14.10.16 Joy Bhattacharya

Emerging technologies in public services

The Government is looking at a wide range of technologies to help them improve the delivery of public services. Increasingly this includes the experimentation, adoption and exploitation of intelligent technologies such as the Internet of Things, machine learning, video analytics and biometrics. But with this comes fear of job losses.

18.11.16 Chris Gray

Futureproofing the workforce

This week, leaders from across the globe gather in Davos for the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual get together. This year, one of the main themes under discussion is “Responsive and Responsible Leadership,” and Accenture will be using the event to launch our research into this critically important topic.

17.01.17 Payal Vasudeva

The rise of the “it” company

One of the biggest tasks facing business leaders today is the need to build a workforce capable of adapting to emerging technologies. In this post we take a step back and look at how businesses can make their companies as attractive as possible to modern workers.

20.01.17 Payal Vasudeva

Machine testing times for machine learning

We’re at an important stage in the development of AI: We’ve created machines that can improve their own operation without human input. But how did we get here?

25.05.17 Shalini Chaudhari

Creating a true omnichannel experience

We all know what today's non-stop customers want from the companies they do business with; a seamless buying journey that's integrated and consistent across different channels. And an immersive, intelligent experience that understands and anticipates their needs, dramatically reducing the thinking and effort required.

18.04.17 Heena Patel

6 years of digital innovation with 6 nations

Six years as the Official Technology Partner for the RBS 6 Nations Rugby has taken Accenture Digital on an incredible journey of discovery. The partnership has allowed us to develop and showcase new and emerging digital technologies that have not only changed the way sports fans engage with Rugby’s Greatest Championship, but has also highlighted their uses for a much wider business audience.

06.02.17 Arabel Bailey

Connected cars

Connected technologies in vehicles have progressed far beyond the point of being considered novelty or luxury. Automotive customers have already embraced GPS navigation devices that help improve their driving experience, as well as taking advantage of smartphone apps and services that offer relevant and timely information about traffic and weather on the road.

24.06.16 Luca Mentuccia

Creepy vs. cool: Getting personalisation right

Accenture recently surveyed 1,000 American customers to highlight what they found “creepy” and “cool” in a personalised shopping experience.

27.06.16 David Richards

The future is in applications

Continuous technological innovation is disrupting every industry; opening up new revenue streams and opportunities for market expansion.

27.06.16 Shalini Chaudhari

Machine testing times for machine learning

Increasingly, businesses are integrating machines and software intelligence to make their organisations more efficient, capture larger market share and be the digital disrupters in their industry. In the age of intelligent automation, success will come to businesses with the right skills, the right development culture and the right focus on testing and quality.

24.10.16 Shalini Chaudhari

What data-driven marketing means for utilities companies

We’re entering a new age where customers are taking more control of their relationships with brands, and expect more in return for access to their personal data. Fast-moving utilities can use this trend to their advantage, creating customer-experiences that build customer intimacy and enable a new range of hyper-personalised, context-aware services.

27.06.17 Mark Sherwin

Robots as carers and customer service executives

AI will transform the way that public services currently work, and provide enormous benefits to both the service providers and citizens. However public services need to establish the right legal and ethical frameworks to ensure that these changes are managed effectively and positively.

16.06.17 Nicola Smith

The reinvention of retail marketing

What drives consumers in the retail space? We believe the future for retailers is to embrace data and marketing automation to build more intimate relationships with their customers.

09.06.17 Russell Marsh

The rise of the micro-volunteer

"Micro-volunteering", as it’s known, allows employees to dedicate as little or as much time as they like to support their cause, and at a time that suits them. This approach helps society, empowers our employees and enhances our ability to attract and retain the next generation of talent.

02.06.17 Mohini Rao

Designing for humans

Read how we believe considering and responding to human behaviour gives businesses an unprecedented opportunity to transform their relationships with people.

16.05.17 Emma McGuigan

Tech Vision 2017: An overview

This is the first article in a series that looks at our Technology Vision 2017. We have distilled the five trends that sit within this report into short videos that see our experts unravel key questions around this year's themes.

31.03.17 Michael Biltz

Open API's in banking services

When it comes to banking, the Open Business model enabled by APIs promises much. APIs make it possible for the products and services of one company to connect with those of another for increased value. By opening its data, functionality and services to third-party developers, a business can expand its innovation capability to comprise an entire ecosystem of partners.

26.01.17 George Marcotte

A day in a connected world

When people talk about the Internet of Things conversation often moves quickly to some of its more novel examples. We’ve all heard how your kettle can “talk” to your fridge, which then informs your local supermarket that you’re running low on milk. But we’ve also managed to live our lives without needing such a service so far; is it really necessary?

13.01.17 Michael Hobbs

Blockchain—changing the way we do business

Every so often a new technology comes along that has the potential to completely transform the way we interact and do business with each other and organisations. Blockchain is one of these revolutionary innovations.

06.01.17 Paul Thomas

Managing millenials

As the proportion of digital natives in the workforce grows, leaders are having to rethink traditional organisational design and management styles in order to meet employee expectations.

10.01.17 Dawn Murden

Retail innovation in the fast lane

In 2016, the watchwords for retailers have been service, convenience and speed; and retailers who have failed to make the most of the opportunities offered by digital are at risk of being left behind. That’s why the retail sector is today characterised by continual transformation—transformation enabled by open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).

20.12.16 Russell Marsh

Open Business: it's time to share the task of innovation

On the surface, the reason digital-first companies such as Netflix, Amazon Web Services and Expedia are disruptive is clear: They deliver highly-innovative customer experiences and business models. But if we want to truly understand their success, we need to dig a little deeper: What is it about such companies that enables them to deliver these services?

16.12.16 George Marcotte

The future of public services

Digital technologies are integral to balancing fiscal responsibility with best-in-class public services. No longer just a tool for efficient service delivery, digital technologies can enable large-scale transformation in UK public services.

29.11.16 Emma Mcguigan

Can you code authenticity?

Smart shopping increasingly relies on machine intelligence, and there’s an interesting juxtaposition emerging between the humans that consume retail services and the machines that deliver them. But if humans can now be removed from the service equation, how can brands remain authentic and sustain consumer trust?

22.11.16 Samad Masood

Forget tech: Digital success is all about people

Have you ever questioned why services such as AirBnB, Uber and Kickstarter are so successful? If so, you're not alone. Fjord Director Celia Romaniuk tells you why.

06.10.16 Celia Romaniuk

Living services: Your digital world, personalised

In my more recent conversations with execs across multiple industries, there are several issues which are blamed for keeping them awake at night, the three most commonly cited are: How do we retain our customers and earn their trust? How do we increase our employee engagement? How do we become more agile and rapidly innovate?

09.08.16 Joy Bhattacharya

Interactive agenda

We live in a world where businesses that focus on delivering a truly great experience are the winners. Today’s consumers understand and appreciate what great services look like; they experience it first hand from companies such as Amazon, Apple, Uber and Airbnb. Digital leaders such as these innovate new services based on the needs, intents and preferences of their customers; in the process building new business models that cross multiple industries and dethrone incumbents.

08.08.16 Joy Bhattacharya

The Customer Agenda: How do I re-align my business around the customer—Part 1

Re-alignment takes a shift around three key principles: Design Thinking, Design Doing and Design Culture. Focus on one of these without the others in place and a transformation will often fall flat, obsess about all three and you have every chance of success. Celia Romaniuk, Group Design Director at Fjord [Design & Innovation from Accenture Interactive] discusses how we make design more integral to the way our business thinks.

11.08.16 Joy Bhattacharya

How digital is reshaping customer engagement

Digital is redefining sales organisations as they strive to fuel the growth by delivering an engaging experience, whenever and wherever.

24.06.16 Joy Bhattacharya

The future of eCommerce

Retailers should turn to technology to smooth the bumpy road ahead

27.06.16 Joy Bhattacharya

Millennials are your new digital customers

The “millennial” generation have not only grown up, they now constitute the largest generation in the workforce.

27.06.16 Nick Taylor

The marketing agenda—Part 1: Broadcast to narrowcast

It has never been more difficult for CMO’s to grow their brand effectively. Mary Firth (Head of Content and Marketing Services at Accenture Interactive) discusses the importance of micro segmentation and how narrowing down your target audience can aid brand growth.

21.09.16 Joy Bhattacharya

The Marketing Agenda—Part 2—Transforming marketing capabilities for the digital consumer

Christine Connor (MD, Accenture Interactive) discusses the key themes arising in marketing transformation and how to use data to engage with customers all of the time.

30.09.16 Joy Bhattacharya

9 keys to creating a content stream in an “always-on” world

What’s the biggest challenge facing your marketing organisation? For many clients the answer is simple: volume. Our new age of always-on marketing has seen the scale of content brands need to produce reach unprecedented demand. Here are some considerations for putting together an agenda for a winning content capability.

28.10.16 Mary Firth

Here’s how we can get more women into digital careers

When it comes to getting a greater number of women into digital careers, there’s a huge mountain to climb. Men have a higher rate of “digital fluency,” yet nations with higher rates of digital fluency among women also have higher rates of workplace gender equality. Digital fluency therefore has a significant impact on women’s potential to achieve workplace parity with men.

07.02.17 Mohini Rao

Solving the skills gap at scale

The skills gap is one of the most pressing problems facing UK businesses, with unemployment expected to cost the country around £28bn over the next decade. At Accenture we believe that this gap will only be bridged if we think big, and affect large-scale change in a joined-up way. With the advent of digital technology, we are now able to do just that.

12.01.17 Mohini Rao

Bridging the digital skills gap

As the United Kingdom weathers the storm of Brexit, optimising every part of our economy will be more important than ever, and this means ensuring small businesses can seize the opportunities afforded by digital.

06.12.16 Mohini Rao

Welcome to the Screen Age

Smart devices and the digital services they support are now central to our lives. Whether we are watching films, managing our fitness regimes, booking doctors’ appointments, or even just catching up with friends, there is a good chance we are doing so over a smartphone, tablet, smartwatch or other digital screen. You are most likely reading this blog on one.

7.05.16 Ewan Mackay

The way you make me feel

I counted them all up the other day: I own no fewer than six smart devices. Like most people my age—I’m 26—I own a smartphone and a tablet, but I also own a smartwatch, a laptop, a PC and a smart TV. I guess that makes me more of a screenager than most. Let’s put it this way: If I had to part with my digital tech for more than an hour I’d probably start having panic attacks.

7.05.16 Nabil Alizai

The digital skills gap

It’s official—the UK is experiencing a digital skills crisis. The UK needs another 745,000 workers with digital skills by 2017 and with the skills gap costing the economy around £63bn a year in lost income—urgent action is needed.

7.05.16 Mohini Rao

Does mobile-first approach miss the point?

The desktop is dead, and if you want to engage with Generation Y, let alone Generation Z, you will need to be mobile first. That's what a quick glance at statistics on the growth of mobile in the United Kingdom will tell you, usually painting it as a channel that owes its success to attention stolen from the desktop.

16.02.17 Peter Rogers

Keeping your mobile consumers engaged

Mobile is increasingly the first opportunity a business has to surprise and delight a customer, but first impressions are not enough. A business must continue to meet the evolving expectations of its customers. How can you keep them coming back for more?

05.06.17 Michael Hobbs

How to keep your apps healthy

How can they keep their app store up and running continuously? The answer is through improved app management that delivers. Find out more.

29.11.16 Michael Hobbs

Increase the success of your mobile app

So you’re releasing a mobile app into the marketplace. How will you know if it’s a success? How will you understand how it’s performing and how to improve it over time? Find out here.

15.11.16 Michael Hobbs

IoT is transforming payments

The past ten years has seen a greater level of innovation in the way we pay for goods than the previous 1,000. But this is only the start. Thanks to unprecedented connectivity between people, places and things—otherwise known as the Internet of Things (IoT)—the rate of change is only going to increase.

11.11.16 Paul Thomas

Make your mobile app stand out

Welcome to our blog series on “AppOps”—the processes and tools by which companies can best operate and manage their mobile applications. This first article talks you through how to make your mobile app stand out.

28.10.16 Michael Hobbs

The connected worker

The rise of the Connected Worker…and their Connected Workplaces

27.06.16 Ben Salama

Digital solutions to help build trust

To build relationship the police must engage the public through digital tools and channels with which people are most familiar.

24.06.16 Allan Fairley

Technology in the courtroom

Digital Justice is part of the “Future of Public Services” series from the UK Government think-tank “Reform” and Accenture.

27.06.16 Louise Seymour

Smart Cities

Catalysing the digital economy

27.06.16 Jen Hawes-Hewitt

Three key actions to drive effective use of the cloud

The cloud is essential to bring to life the compelling connected-Government innovations that are transforming the world and grabbing the headlines.

30.06.17 Neil Bacon

Journey to the cloud: Deliver first-rate citizen services

The UK Government is facing unprecedented technology and political change, but unfortunately are still behind in Cloud adoption as the skills gap across the public sector increases. It’s been shown time and again that a fast migration to cloud provides quick organisational savings and rewards.

04.04.17 Kamran Ikram

Why the public sector is embracing public cloud services

The UK’s public sector is on course to embrace the public cloud. In a recent blog post on the subject, James Stewart, Director of Technical Architecture and Head of Technology at the Government Digital Service, indicated that the Government is “on a journey away from the Public Services Network” (PSN), and encourages departments to use public cloud alternatives. Here, I’m going look at why the Government is recommending this move and how it’ll benefit public sector departments and the public.

17.02.17 Simon Mitchell

Turning digital dreams into a reality

In my more recent conversations with execs across multiple industries, there are several issues which are blamed for keeping them awake at night, the three most commonly cited are: How do we retain our customers and earn their trust? How do we increase our employee engagement? How do we become more agile and rapidly innovate?

7.05.16 Nick Taylor

Digital Transformation 2.0

“Chapter One” in the digital revolution is drawing to a close. Digital is no longer an add-on: It should be a core part of any business.

27.06.16 Narry Singh

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TechVision 2017

Our yearly Technology Vision report pinpoints the emerging IT developments that will have the greatest impact on our communities, our companies, government agencies and other organisations in the next three years. Viewed as a whole, the Technology Vision themes provide a guidepost for the way companies must consider their resources, responsibilities and opportunities for success in the years to come.

We have distilled the five trends that sit within this report into short videos that see our experts unravel key questions around this year's themes.

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