Digital transformation (DX) looks different for every company, but in essence, it involves integrating digital technologies into all areas of the business.

The key to DX is to drive fundamental change and transform how a company operates. Newgen Software recently surveyed 300 senior business and IT leaders in large enterprises around the world to understand where they are currently in their DX journey. The findings were published in Newgen’s 2022 State of Digital Transformation Research.

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Study: Digital Transformation Is Ubiquitous Yet Challenges Remain

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The pandemic has permanently changed the way people work, as well as the role that communication and collaboration technology plays in our lives. Clearly, the hybrid work model is here to stay post-pandemic. One vendor at the heart of this digital transformation is Avaya, whose roadmap for hybrid work involves an open platform that focuses on organizations’ current and future communication and collaboration needs.

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Avaya’s Karen Hardy on AI, Cloud, and Customer Experience

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The world is more interconnected than ever, which is blurring the lines between work and personal connectivity. For organizations, taking a strategic approach toward digital trust is necessary, including building standards, overseeing compliance/operations, and addressing growing security risks due to the massive number of connected devices.

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DigiCert Simplifies Implementing Digital Trust

Identity and access management (IAM) provider ForgeRock recently held its annual IDLive conference in Austin, Texas. One of the most compelling sessions involved ForgeRock CTO Eve Maler, who discussed the future of IAM and how it’s now being heavily infused with artificial intelligence (AI) to make it more effective.

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How AI is driving IAM’s shift to digital identity

Arguably, no other industry has been impacted by digital transformation (DT) as much as retail. Retail has undergone a major transition over the past few years, with customer experience (CX) becoming the No. 1 brand differentiator.

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How AI-based digital twins accelerate point-of-sale (POS) testing