David Song

3 best practices for digital transformation

We are living in a rapidly evolving digital era, which is underpinned by proliferating technologies based in cloud computing: artificial intelligence, blockchain, and Internet of Things (IoT). Consumers demand real-time, secure, intuitive, and web- or mobile-based digital services. This evolution will accelerate as 5G cellular service becomes widely available within a few years. To be […]

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Cloud innovation in the US federal sector

As federal agencies take their first steps toward cloud implementation, they are beginning to establish their own cloud strategies. These include laying out a framework that will identify different workload profiles and deploy each workload in the most suitable cloud environment. During this planning and design phase, they often realize a need to adopt a […]

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Cognitive computing is driving ROI on cloud

A driving force in cloud adoption is the cost savings one gets from eliminating physical servers, then migrating applications and data into the cloud. This reduces up-front capital expenditures (CAPEX) and enables budget planning that is based around operating expenditures (OPEX) and on-demand service provisioning. Undoubtedly this propels pricing competition among major cloud service providers. […]

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Cloud assessment: A path to improving customer experience

The value proposition of cloud computing — the delivery model for digital innovation — has evolved from cost reduction and scalability to mobility and cognitive computing. One benefit is a path to improving customer loyalty using cognitive services available through cloud to create personalized promotions and interactive customer support. This thinking has extended the notion […]

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The golden rule of cloud strategy

With rapidly evolving technologies, many enterprise-level organizations find themselves behind their competition in the market. The traditional boundaries between industries are being blurred by new business models. Like Uber and Instagram, new business models are being powered by disruptive technologies such as cloud, mobile, social, and cognitive computing. A small group of people with an […]

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