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- 01/22/17--22:00: Five lessons in digital transformation from a smart city
- 02/12/17--22:00: Trust: the most vital piece in the IoT jigsaw
- 03/12/17--23:00: Women in tech: live boldly if you want to change the world
- 04/03/17--08:32: Five questions the dawn of advanced analytics raises
- 04/09/17--23:00: When worlds meet — the integration of IT, OT and IoT
- 04/17/17--06:34: How can CIOs join up the security of their IT, OT and IoT layers?
- 04/30/17--23:00: How is ransomware causing threats to organizations?
- 05/28/17--23:00: The foundation for innovation — culture
- 06/04/17--23:00: When will Europe produce its own global technology giants?
- 06/18/17--23:00: Innovation starts with knowing your why
By Frank Harmsen, Partner, Government and Public Sector, EY. Amsterdam has never been a city that has shied away from innovation. It was in Amsterdam that the groundwork for modern capitalism was laid, with the emergence of the first multinational companies and the evolution of stock markets from small-time lenders into muscular institutions capable of … More Five lessons in digital transformation from a smart city
By Jonas Groes, Partner, Advisory, Ernst & Young Global Limited. I heard less than half the population in OECD countries trust their governments. Less than half? It seems there is widespread apprehension among citizens about sharing personal data with governments. Terrorism, increased information and awareness about how personal data can be misused – and news … More Data security and privacy — a matter of concern for citizens and governments alike
By Hans Jessen, Global RPA Innovation Leader, EY. There is a new robot in town that is creating a disruption in IT but it is not the physical, human-inspired robot that we are used to. Robotic process automation (RPA) is more about the software that consists of a set of coded commands that communicate with … More Will robots change the future of outsourcing? Is Robotic Process Automation (RPA) the new Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)?
By Ellis Lindsay, Senior Principal, IoT Strategy, Nokia. The internet of things (IoT) is complex with many participants and stakeholders. Conversations about the IoT are increasingly about security, but rarely are they about a bigger and much more important topic: trust. Why is trust so big and important? Because it is the foundation of success … More Trust: the most vital piece in the IoT jigsaw
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By Christian Mertin, Global Business Services Leader, Advisory Services, EY. Imagine your organization in 2025: your purpose and your Global Business Services (GBS) have intertwined and evolved together to drive stakeholder value. With a robust governance model in place, GBS has become a key pillar of the organization; it is the main keeper of processes, … More How can the digitalized, agile organization of the future still be rooted in human values?
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By Axel Preiss, Global Oil&Gas Leader Advisory, EY. In recent years, technology has helped oil and gas (O&G) companies explore deeper waters, remote reservoirs and extract from shale resources. The success of this technological advancement has created an oversupply which is responsible for lower crude prices, and now O&G companies are aggressively pursuing capital and … More Adopt digital and compress processes to drive growth even in low oil-price environments
By Chris Mazzei, Global Chief Analytics Officer and Emerging Technology Leader, Ernst & Young LLP. Data and analytics are not new to most of us. Large enterprises have always invested in data and analytics to improve understanding of customers and markets, and enable better decision-making. What’s different now? Well, the stakes are higher. And in … More How mature are you in advanced analytics? Excerpts from the EY-Forbes Insights survey
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By Beatriz Sanz Saiz, EY – Global Advisory Analytics Leader. When I heard that the theme for International Women’s Day 2017 was #BeBoldForChange, I was really excited. I passionately believe that by living bolder lives, we can make bigger, faster changes to gender parity — and in tech, this can’t come soon enough. Whichever way you … More Women in tech: live boldly if you want to change the world
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Ask most individuals about farming and they will describe a farmer with an old tractor and plow. They are often surprised to know that modern agriculture is highly technical. For example, the first commercial drone license issued by the US’s Federal Aviation Association (FAA) was to a company for agricultural application. The agriculture industry has … More Digital and big data — the solutions to sustainably feed a growing world
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Not many technologies have been embraced as quickly as analytics. Analytics has moved from helping us gain insights into past events, to real-time monitoring using dashboards, and now to predictive analytics that can forecast what can happen hours, days, weeks and months from now. Many industrial environments are becoming so complex to manage that making … More How predictive analytics can make critical decision-making a low-risk activity
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Data volumes in global enterprises are growing exponentially as workloads move to the cloud, IoT brings in big data through sensors, and other digital trends. In the past, we may have analyzed spreadsheets with 30 columns of data, but now, making sense of all the available data to inform new business initiatives has become daunting. … More Five questions the dawn of advanced analytics raises
For industrial and manufacturing companies particularly, the Internet of Things (IoT) presents enormous opportunities — but also substantial challenges to integration with the siloed worlds of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT). In the past, IT systems tended to exist only on mainframes and servers that were locked inside organizations, based on a client … More When worlds meet — the integration of IT, OT and IoT
The internet of things (IoT) is unexpectedly forcing an intersection between Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology systems and the internet. And organizations need to address it now. With IT systems coming out of the back rooms, and OT hardware being fitted with internet-connected sensors, the IoT is pushing together what were completely siloed technology … More How can CIOs join up the security of their IT, OT and IoT layers?
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Ransomware attacks are a reality, and they are happening more and more often: the FBI estimate 4.000 ransom attacks per day!Organizations of all kinds are becoming targets for this form of cyber threat. So what are the risks, and how can CIOs mitigate and respond to them? And what even are the demands of ransomware … More How is ransomware causing threats to organizations?
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Few things are as popular as a competitive differentiator as analytics is, especially in this age of disruption and breakneck competition. Advanced analytics can make the difference between which businesses are running live and which ones are running behind. Not all enterprises that use data and analytics to inform business decisions see the kind of … More The difference between running live and running behind: a shift from a federated to an enterprise-wide analytics approach
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Jonas Groes, Advisory Government and Public Sector Leader, Ernst & Young Global Limited interviews Jørgen Brolykke Rasmussen, Chief IT & Digitization Officer, Odense Kommune Odense — one of the oldest cities in Denmark with proof of settlement dating back to over 4,000 years. It is the official bicycle capital of the country, and the birthplace … More Hiring robots to help citizens: a chat with Jørgen Brolykke Rasmussen on the city of Odense’s RPA experience
Launching an innovation program can be an energizing time for an enterprise. It can start in many different places and for many different reasons. With the proliferation of data and the diversity in education and experiences, innovation has become ubiquitous. In many cases, innovation “happens over there” by a few executives or teams, operating separately … More The foundation for innovation — culture
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Much has been written on how Silicon Valley emerged. The early combination of world-class research institutions, military establishments, funding and talent certainly helped. Its growth into a huge domestic market with a single language and currency has provided a foundation for global expansion. Importantly, it benefits from a deep, sophisticated capital market that provides diverse … More When will Europe produce its own global technology giants?
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Companies of all sizes feel compelled to innovate or get left behind — and they are right. But, innovation for the sake of innovation often leads to disappointing results. The need to innovate is a component of achieving a much broader purpose. Enterprises looking to develop their innovation strategies must first answer the question, “why” … More Innovation starts with knowing your why
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Gone are the days when design thinking was a concept that stayed within the four walls of start-ups. With disruption affecting all sectors and businesses at all levels of maturity, organizations have realized they cannot afford to rely on traditional approaches to problem solving. They are challenging the status quo and weaving design thinking into … More From thinking to design thinking: a journey that starts with a cultural shift
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