The digital age has dramatically changed the relationship that companies have with their customers: armed with more information than ever before, customers are now in the driver’s seat. They decide who they’ll buy from, what they want to pay, and even what the product should be. It’s an enormous reversal from the days of “this is my product or service and here’s why and where you should buy it.” Read More
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The 2019 edition of the Vietnam ICT Summit is scheduled to take place on August 8 under the theme “Digital Transformation for A Prosperous Vietnam”, the organisers have announced. Read More
Over the last few years, most discussions about the next year’s Digital Transformation trends had begun to feel a bit repetitive: Cloud, Edge Compute, the IoT, AR… It always seemed like the same chairs being rearranged around the same old room. 2020 will be a departure from that. While the same core technologies that dominated these discussions will continue to be foundational to our collective digital transformation journey, 2020 will be defined by a fresh new class of technologies ready to graduate to the sidelines to center stage. Among them: 5G, AI, advanced data analytics, but also some that may surprise you. Without further ado, here are the 10 among them that I believe will be the most significant in 2020. Read More
We talk a lot about key stakeholders in digital transformation. Usually, that means a discussion about members of the C-suite, or other leaders and executives that need to “walk the walk” so employees will get onboard with the change digital transformation inevitably brings. But what about your Board members? For digital transformation to be, well, transformational, board members will need to be fully engaged—and informed—regarding tech advancement, as well. The good news: what your board needs to know about tech isn’t complicated. And it shouldn’t be a hard concept to sell. Read More
Most executives would probably say digital transformation is imperative. But they might be hard pressed to cite an example of a successful digital transformation. Read More
Some enterprises are embracing digital strategies and are roaring ahead. Others are, well, nervous about the consequences. You can’t blame the nervous Nellies — let’s face it: the digital journey isn’t all sweetness and enlightenment. It’s a messy and disruptive process. Existing products may be cannibalized. Witness the pain many publishers are going through as they move from paper-based subscription models to online models. Employees’ jobs may be re-structured, or even eliminated altogether. Consider the changes call-center staffs are seeing, as more inquiry-based tasks are handled by bots. Read More
Why digital transformation? There are challenges, but says Dr Joanne Phoenix, from Sensor City, those who fail to adapt and become digitally-driven will simply fall behind.
The term ‘digital transformation’ has become somewhat of a buzzword in recent years and, as with many other technical buzzwords, few know or understand what it means for them. That’s a problem in itself — if a business leader doesn’t fully understand something, or if the benefits aren’t clear, the road to adoption is unlikely to run smoothly.
“Industrial Revolution 4.0″ is taking place in many developed countries. It gives mankind the opportunity to change the face of the economy, but there are many unpredictable risks.
In the past few months, the concept of “Industrial Revolution 4.0″ has been widely talked about in the media and social networks. Along with that is the promise of “life changing” of businesses in Vietnam if our country can catch up the wave. Therefore, how should this revolution be understood?
The seminar “Digital Transformation: Opportunities and Challenges” provided visitors with an overview and targets that we have to face in 4th industrial revolution.
On November 1, in Hanoi, the Vietnam Digital Media Association organized a seminar on “Transformation: Opportunities and Challenges” to provide an overview on the situation of digital transformation in 4th industrial revolution in Vietnam, and outlines the specific objectives that state agencies, as well as businesses and citizens need to capture.
On September 14 in HCM City, Microsoft Vietnam hosted the event: “Microsoft Business and Technology Festival 2018″.
This is considered as a bridge for young Vietnamese enterprises to meet and discuss with leading industry experts on the opportunities and challenges that businesses have to face in the context of Vietnam economy is strongly affected by the 4th Industrial Revolution.