For over a decade, enterprise operating models have been slowly shifting towards digital processes, technology, and culture. While these digital transformations promised increased business agility, many stagnated due to limitations with legacy technology and a reluctance to migrate mission-critical applications to the cloud.
However, a rapid cultural shift towards digital channels, accelerated by the pandemic, has finally reached an inflection point. With real-time data platforms reaching maturity and cloud service providers making significant investments, traditional migration barriers have never been lower.
In this CXOstory you will hear about:
- Real-time and multi-model database capability
- Hybrid, multi cloud, managed services
- First-party cloud service
- End-to-end hybrid deployment
Everyone wants a curated experience, but saying the words "custom customer service" doesn't create an immediate result. Businesses have to find ways to determine what users want and when they want it, and then curate those experiences with their responses, almost immediately. By compiling data in real-time, mobile tech can respond rapidly by turning raw data into a truly personalized user experience, in a millisecond.
Living in a digital era, every business can now get up close and personal with their customers by using techniques like cloud, mobile technology, and bidirectional synchronization to offer each of their customers an experience that is specifically tailored to their needs. In this exclusive fireside chat with Terry Jones and John Padgett they will dive into what it means to modernize applications by utilizing mobile and edge computing.
The global pandemic has forced global business leaders to rapidly pivot to remote work styles, and to ensure their infrastructure can withstand the massive surge in Internet activity. The National Cyber Security Centre has also issued warnings of increased threats targeting essential services and hospitals. CIOs are being challenged now more than ever to demonstrate efficiency and agility to begin planning for reopenings in the face of increasing uncertainty and adversity.
Join John Graham-Cumming, CTO of Cloudflare for an interactive virtual roundtable event as we discuss the impact increased Internet activity and cyber attacks is having in regions around the world and how you can manage the long-term implications of the current crisis on your infrastructure as you begin planning for reopening.
Ever wonder how other organizations are adapting to constant IT changes?
In this live webcast, we'll discuss the journeys taken by Sam Hill at BBC and Hamish Taylor's experiences with British Airways, Sainsbury Bank
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