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The past two years have seen radical digital transformation. Companies and industries that have traditionally been hesitant to adopt new technology suddenly embraced their digital transformations--they needed to find new ways to work. Interestingly, many experts believe that these radical shifts are only the beginning. In a recent Deloitte survey, three-quarters of executives stated that they expect more changes in the next five years than there were in the past five years. The rate of change only increases as organizations are more open and willing to make the changes they need to keep up with the competition. Digital transformation (DX) encourages business organizations to adopt new technologies in order to deliver better value to their customers.


Digital Transformation: Balancing Speed, Security and Innovation

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Today, digital transformation (DX) is happening in every industry. Organizations operating in sectors that typically eschew technology are moving to the cloud, leveraging IoT and using analytics. Digital transformation plays a critical role for any company to stay competitive and resilient. But what does digital transformation look like for most companies, and more importantly, how does cybersecurity fit in? What is the best approach when more networks, apps, data and endpoints need to be secured?


How can we achieve an equitable digital transformation?

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The past 18 months have transformed society – and sped up the digital transformation of our world. On the plus side, digital technologies allowed business and society to continue to function even during lockdowns – helping companies survive, vulnerable people access healthcare and children continue to learn. When the worst of the pandemic is, someday, behind us, we'll be able to take many of these lessons – and technological advancements – with us to enable greater access to healthcare (especially mental healthcare), education, job training and finance. And it provided a much-needed boost to the pandemic economy. The UN's Sustainable Development Report 2021 highlighted the role of technology manufacturing as a key driver of the economic recovery, citing the rise in demand for computer electronics due to the global shift toward working from home, remote-learning and e-commerce.


How can we achieve an equitable digital transformation?

#artificialintelligence

The past 18 months have transformed society – and sped up the digital transformation of our world. On the plus side, digital technologies allowed business and society to continue to function even during lockdowns – helping companies survive, vulnerable people access healthcare and children continue to learn. When the worst of the pandemic is, someday, behind us, we'll be able to take many of these lessons – and technological advancements – with us to enable greater access to healthcare (especially mental healthcare), education, job training and finance. And it provided a much-needed boost to the pandemic economy. The UN's Sustainable Development Report 2021 highlighted the role of technology manufacturing as a key driver of the economic recovery, citing the rise in demand for computer electronics due to the global shift toward working from home, remote-learning and e-commerce.


MSPs are Bolstering Security Programs with Machine Learning and Automation

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Advanced threats, a shortage of security experts and the rise in work-from-home together form a catalyst for MSPs to enhance cybersecurity effectiveness for their customers. As MSPs seek ways to increase efficiency and do more with less, they're turning to advanced analytical capabilities like machine learning, security analytics and automation. All of these have moved past their initial hype cycle and are now adopted and delivering enhanced ROI and outcomes in IT and cybersecurity. "The future of your business is Big Data and Machine Learning tied to the business opportunities and customer challenges before you." Machine learning and automation are more than popular buzzwords in the cybersecurity industry.