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How Tech Providers Should Exploit the AI Opportunity

31 May 2018

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EDT: 12:00 p.m. | PDT: 9:00 a.m. | GMT: 17:00 With artificial intelligence (AI) at the peak of the Hype Cycle, many software providers are looking to stake their claim in the biggest gold rush in recent years. AI offers exciting possibilities. However, most vendors are focused on simply building and marketing an AI-based product (aka "AI-washing") rather than first identifying needs, potential uses and the business value to customers. In this webinar, we share best practices to help technology providers understand how to successfully exploit the AI opportunity.

Analyst(s): Jim Hare

Recover from Digital Business Disruption with Resilience

30 May 2018

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EDT: 10:00 a.m. | PDT: 7:00 a.m. | GMT: 15:00 A commitment to resilience will equip your digital business with the mindset, resources and planning to recover from inevitable disruptions. Security and risk management leaders should join this webinar to learn the practices that allow a business to continue to support objectives with steady functionality and efficiency. We explore how resilient processes meet the "always on, from anywhere" expectations of customers and the workforce, as resilience must become standard operating procedure and be built into day-to-day operations.

Analyst(s): Roberta Witty Mark Thomas Jaggers

The Business Case to Gain Buy-In for CX Tech Investment

30 May 2018

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EDT: 9:00 a.m. | PDT: 6:00 a.m. | GMT: 14:00 Building a business case on the basis of improving the customer experience (CX) is not easy. The benefits must first be experienced by the customers and drive increased customer satisfaction, loyalty and advocacy. Then it has to result in improvements in either reduced costs and revenue growth or improved value for citizens in the longer term. This webinar examines how to build a business case to gain approval for an CX technology investment.

Analyst(s): Ed Thompson

Key Capabilities to Be a Go-To E-Com Partner or Go Direct-To-Consumer

29 May 2018

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EDT: 10:00 a.m. | PDT: 7:00 a.m. | GMT: 15:00 E-commerce sales continue to increase across all industries and brand manufacturers want a share of this growth. To capitalize on this opportunity, brands are positioning themselves as the 'go-to' partner for retailers by offering services such as drop ship, or they're going "direct-to-consumer" without an intermediary. In this webinar, we discuss barriers to success, routes to market to consider, capabilities to enable growth and consumer connection.

Analyst(s): Simon Bailey

IoT's Opportunities and Challenges in 2018

29 May 2018

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EDT: 9:00 a.m. | PDT: 6:00 a.m. | GMT: 14:00 This webinar focuses on how IoT has evolved over the last two years in commercial and enterprise applications, and what the outlook is for its adoption in 2018.

Analyst(s): Leif-Olof Wallin

Scale Data and Analytics Value With an Effective Strategy in Asia

23 May 2018

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May 24 SGT: 10:00 a.m. (May 23 EDT: 10:00 p.m. | PDT: 7:00 p.m.) A fundamental shift is underway. From BI to AI, the need for data and analytics is pervasive - underpinning all business models, public service missions and our lives. We have an unprecedented opportunity and responsibility to creatively expand the data foundation and accelerate analytical discovery. To accomplish this, you must have an effective data and analytics strategy to scale its value. Digital business demands that data and analytics strategy evolves from being solely a contributor to other business changes to instead provoking business transformation. Yet, many strategy efforts are insufficient to identify the transformational opportunities afforded by game-changing advances like predictive analytics and artificial intelligence. This webinar covers the essentials for a modern data and analytics strategy, ways to expand your strategy development repertoire, and emerging approaches.

Analyst(s): Melody Chien

Top 5 Personal Technologies That Will Disrupt Digital Business

23 May 2018

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EDT: 11:00 a.m. | PDT: 8:00 a.m. | GMT: 16:00 Personal technologies such as wearables, IoT sensors, apps, future app platforms, and new user interfaces, including immersive virtual and augmented reality, are rapidly transforming and will have an important impact on businesses. This webinar explores the top five personal technologies that will break away from their hype and prove to be an integral component of employee and customer digital experiences over the coming years.

Analyst(s): Brian Blau

The Art of Culture Hacking

23 May 2018

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According to CIOs, the biggest barrier to change and transformation is culture. Most CIOs approach big change with big transformation efforts. We suggest you hack your culture instead. This webinar teaches you how to hack your culture to transform and create visible, tangible change. A culture hack is a small change that exploits a single area where your culture is vulnerable to change. Hacks are small, emotional, immediate changes that have big impacts.

Analyst(s): Mary Mesaglio

Identify and Deliver AI Business Value

22 May 2018

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Organizations struggle to exploit artificial intelligence (AI) for major and measurable business value gains. In this webinar, learn how to target the most promising business opportunities for AI and how you can alter your delivery practices to realize those opportunities.

Analyst(s): Mike Rollings

Redesign Your IT Operating Model to Accelerate Digital Business

22 May 2018

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EDT: 9:00 a.m. | PDT: 6:00 a.m. | GMT: 14:00 As digital business increasingly drives business strategy, enterprises are using information and technology (I&T) in new ways. I&T activity is extending beyond the IT organization. New capabilities are being required and there is a growing need for innovation, speed and agility. This is driving the need for a new IT operating model. This webinar explains how you can recognize the triggers for change. We introduce a framework you can use to lead the design and implementation of an IT operating model that supports digital business.

Analyst(s): Donna Scott