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China Summary Translation: How CIOs Need to Think About Digital Business Technologies

Published: 12 January 2015

ID: G00272728

Analyst(s): Owen Chen , Hung LeHong

Summary

CIOs need to decide how they will position the IT organization in relation to emerging digital business technologies, such as the Internet of Things, 3D printing, wearable technology, robotics and cognitive systems.

Table Of Contents

主要挑战

建议

How CIOs Need to Think About Digital Business Technologies

  • Key Findings
  • Recommendations

Analysis

  • The Internet of Things
    • How CIOs Should Think About the IoT
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding the IoT
  • 3D Printing
    • How CIOs Should Think About 3D Printing
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding 3D Printing
  • Human Augmentation and Wearable Technology
    • How CIOs Should Think About Human Augmentation and Wearable Technology
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding Human Augmentation and Wearable Technology
  • Robotics and Autonomous Machines
    • How CIOs Should Think About Robotics and Autonomous Machines
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding Robotics and Autonomous Machines
  • Cognitive Machines
    • How CIOs Should Think About Cognitive Machines
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding Cognitive Machines
  • Cybersecurity
    • How CIOs Should Think About Cybersecurity
    • Resources and Skills CIOs Should Plan for Regarding Cybersecurity

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