The role of digital competence in digital transformation Everybody talks about digital transformation, but how can you be sure it’s working for your company? In other words, how do you ensure you’re getting the business performance you expect from your digital investments? This is where digital competency comes into play.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is gaining serious momentum these days, especially now that digital transformations are well underway. Gartner estimates that 20.4 billion IoT devices will be deployed by 2020 and IDC expects enterprise spending on the category to reach $772 billion by the end of this year.
Digital and the delivery of digital services has become business critical. We see this across every industry, and in a new survey Riverbed conducted with 1,000 global business leaders, almost all were in agreement that implementing a digital strategy, maximizing its performance and doing it sooner, rather than later, is critical to their future success.
There has been some debate about whether a big data approach is relevant to application performance monitoring (APM). Some experts claim that sophisticated analytics and sampled data are more than sufficient when it comes to monitoring and diagnostics, and a big data approach is unnecessary.