Companies that fail to adequately adapt to the rigours of the digital age could find themselves losing out to their competitors in the years ahead.
This is the view of Allie Young, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner, who stated firms now need to be focused on the implementation of innovative new technologies that can help them not only to safeguard their business-critical files through swift and effective data recovery, but also help them to leverage greater insights through the use of big data.
“The market opportunity arising from broad technology changes is creating a digital business opportunity that is forcing a restructuring in strategy, talent, portfolio and organisation within services providers,” she stated.
Ms Young concluded failure to adequately prepare for the digital revolution could see firms fall behind in their ability to swiftly and efficiently address new demands and exploit openings in the marketplace.
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