Steve Blow explains that while businesses must remain consistently focussed on digital transformation in order to not fall to the back of the pack, digital transformation efforts could be futile if businesses don’t address and improve their IT resilience.
The market as we know it has been changing dramatically over the last decade, with each digital development outpacing the other at every turn in the track. Companies that are too stuck in their ways are being overtaken by contemporary companies, unencumbered by legacy and real estate, which are in line with the latest developments in IT.
This said, almost every single business must remain consistently focussed on digital transformation in order to keep up with developments; taking on new digital initiatives to drive efficiencies, create new experiences, and ultimately, beat the competition. According to recent research (1), 90 percent of businesses see data protection as important or critical for digital transformation projects. However, the same research revealed that the proper technological provisions are not yet in place, in order for these same businesses, striving to achieve digital transformation, to deliver on demands of data protection assurance.
It has become increasingly clear that having the right foundations early on in any digital journey is a critical factor in the success of transformation initiatives. So, building data protection within a robustly resilient IT infrastructure will be of paramount importance for businesses. Not only will this be critical for businesses to succeed day-to-day, but also to ensure complete transformation, modernization and cohesion. From my experience, there are three recommendations that could be key to help businesses achieve this:
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