The True Meaning Of Digital

Digital transformation continues to be a tough step for businesses to take and often understand, writes Quinton O’Reilly

2nd September, 2017
The True Meaning Of Digital
Kerry-Anne Pollock, chief commercial officer, Ergo

When you’re up to date with trends and new developments in the technology space, you’d be forgiven for dismissing every term you hear as jargon. The likes of cloud, internet of things, big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning are mentioned so often, the terms have lost the meaning they were supposed to convey.

With that in mind, it’s easy to dismiss digital transformation once you hear the phrase. Tacking digital...

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