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

Wi-Fi 6E Is Critical to Healthcare Modernization

This month, start up Graphiant exited stealth mode with a network as a service (NaaS) offering.

While there are many NaaS solutions available to buyers today, most are just a different way to license the products. Instead of paying $1 for the product and an additional 20 cents per year for maintenance, customers now pay anywhere from nothing to 20 cents up front. with a monthly subscription for a certain term, such as 3, 5 or even 7 years.

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Graphiant Exits Stealth, Redefines Network as a Service

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This week Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, announced that the Chase Center, home of the seven-time National Basketball Association champions Golden State Warriors, is using its Wi-Fi 6E access points (APs) to deliver faster, better wireless connectivity.

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Chase Center Becomes First Sports Venue with Wi-Fi 6E

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Earlier this year, I interviewed Jonathan Guy, VP of Engineering for RF Code regarding its new Sentry product, which promises to make management of remote locations easier.

After being briefed on the product, I decided to have the company send me a Sentry device and try it out myself. As a former IT pro, I’m familiar with the challenges that companies have when they need to manage locations with no local IT staff.

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Remote IT Monitoring Product Review: Code Sentry

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Communications provider Mitel has made it a strategic priority to focus on customer lifecycle management (CLM) principles to ensure its customers are getting full value from their investments in its technology.

For Mitel, this is a key initiative as CLM in unified communication (UC) is important in making sure customers are maximizing business value and, at the same time, future proofing themselves. Hybrid work has shifted UC requirements in favor of collaboration platforms that connect people who are dispersed across many remote locations.

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Mitel Embraces CLM to Add Value to Communications