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With more than 80 of the world's 100 largest enterprise software companies (by revenue) soon having one or more integrated cognitive technologies in their product line and customer experiences, Justine Brown of CIO Dive digs into how AI and immersive tech are among Gartner's megatrends shaping the enterprise.

Up your IT leadership game with proven advice collected from industry experts by Carla Rudder of Enterprisers Project in What it takes to lead IT today: 9 tips from top execs

A sound IT architecture keeps your company’s technology strategy humming. Bob Lewis, senior management and IT consultant,shares his views in 9 Warning Signs of Bad IT Architecture.

The monopoly of enterprise IT on corporate technology spending is diminishing, but not necessarily for the right reasons. CIO Hakan Altintepe gets into more detail in What to make of enterprise IT in a digital world?

I'm sure you've already checked these out, but just in case - here is our latest software guide on "Platform Thinking", and if you are looking for a digital experience service provider do get in touch.

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The 5 Key Areas to Innovate within the Smart City


Perhaps the greatest challenge for businesses looking to get involved in this latest innovation trend is narrowing the scope of “smart cities”.

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Seven Ways to Maintain Team Culture When Scaling a Business

 

Your company’s culture can help empower your team to achieve great things or cause the company to shut down. Think about culture, invest in it and make it a real priority.

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