If you want to work at the speed that private cloud can enable, you’ll have to remove as much human latency from your process as possible. As Tesla CEO Elon Musk famously put it, “you can’t have people in the production line itself, otherwise you drop to people speed.”
Digital transformation isn’t about using technology to do the same things you’ve always done—it’s about doing things that weren’t possible before. Digital transformation is a state of mind versus a set of tools. You can’t just say it—you have to map it out.
Private cloud doesn’t come in a box, it has to be built. And to build a successful cloud architecture, your people, processes, and technology must all work in unison.
The GDPR, the EU’s new privacy rules, are going into effect by May 2018. Here’s how to make sure you’re ready.
For all its benefits, digital transformation also brings risk. As breaches become inevitable and commonplace, the need to transfer risk to cyber insurance is increasing quickly.