Companies breaking new ground in IIoT have a unique opportunity to prevent data siloing from the start to avoid backtracking to patch past bad behavior.
For many organizations, AI remains a mystery not to be trusted in production, thanks to its lack of transparency. But demand, advances, and emerging standards may soon change all that.
Khaled says born-digital companies and those companies who are most mature in their embrace of digital are already well down this path because “they don’t see it as partnering with IT, they just see IT as part of the business.”
“One-day delivery, or less, is becoming the new customer expectation,” said Arpit Jain, vp/cross-functional delivery and capabilities at Nerdery, a digital business transformation consultancy. “While Target’s same-day delivery comes at a price, it won’t be long before the industry expectation is for it to be free.”
“Apple Watch is to become the most widely used basic cardiovascular and kinematics monitoring device, and Apple wants to gain academic endorsements toward the (device’s) usability in mundane clinical settings, like basic doctor visits,” said Taqee Khaled, Director of Strategy at Nerdery.
Technology is constantly developing and changing the world around us. When it comes to business, some companies may find it hard to implement technology and adapt to new standards. Joseph Tobolski, chief technology officer at Nerdery, explains how companies can best implement the latest tech offerings into their workflow.