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The Business of One era requires new business planning and management practices

A new generation of incredibly powerful, flexible and responsive businesses is reshaping markets. Their ability to serve single customers at scale is what TBR terms the “Business of One.” The environmental forces triggering this shift are vast. Information velocity accelerates globally; digital information expands exponentially; competitive advantage windows compress rapidly; task work automates; acute labor […]

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Laundering money and funding terrorism cannot withstand analytics and AI

Despite banks’ substantial investments in technology, people and processes to meet regulations, they currently lack effective and efficient systems for tackling financial crimes such as money laundering and terrorist financing. Regulators cannot keep pace with change, and the time and investment to overhaul banks’ legacy systems are too great given the complexity of global organizations […]

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A wave of health IT innovations still struggling to crack entrenched industry roadblocks

Lack of ubiquitous interoperability a lingering vexation in the healthcare sector TBR believes the pace of health IT innovations will continue, and even accelerate, especially as value-based care takes hold of the healthcare sector. However, full realization of the benefits of new healthcare technologies will continue to be deferred until we have, according to the […]

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Aggregated lateral movement and more: EY’s latest SOC serves the GCC

Covering the evolution of digital transformation centers over the last few years, we’ve frequently noted that new ways of working have infected many traditionally structured and operated organizations, often through nontypical talent and specially designed workspaces (yes, we’re talking about “funky chairs”). The latest development may be the most surprising as it comes from EY, […]

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9 floors of innovation, intelligence and industry

Nine floors filled with experts, emerging technologies, partners and clients, all centered on a simple formula: innovation, intelligence and industry, plus rotation to the new while developing new skills. Counting down to today; investing in tomorrow A bit of history: Five years ago, Accenture dedicated its Bangalore assets to delivery, focusing on quality, productivity and […]

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Higher demand for cloud- and software-mediated network solutions drove stronger revenue among leading enterprise NIS suppliers

HAMPTON, N.H. (Jan. 11, 2018) — According to Technology Business Research, Inc.’s (TBR) 3Q17 Network Infrastructure Services Benchmark, migration to cloud- and software-mediated network infrastructure accelerated, spurring low-single-digit growth among benchmarked network infrastructure services (NIS) suppliers, including growth in all benchmarked services subsegments. “The enterprise network is evolving as large enterprises, in particular, build cloud […]

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Oracle guides its customers into IoT

Oracle’s expanded IoT cloud Oracle IoT Cloud focuses on offering easy integration with Oracle’s Business Intelligence Mobile Cloud and can be offered as both a SaaS application and a PaaS offering. Interestingly, Oracle did not highlight Amazon Web Services, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) or Google as partners, indicating the company prefers to keep data inside its […]

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Quantum computing: Same plot, shorter film

TBR position: The path to quantum computing commercialization will follow a trajectory similar to that of classical computing, but much faster IBM (NYSE: IBM) states that its quantum computing architecture will eclipse anything classical computing can produce once it can entangle 50 quantum bits (qubits). When IBM announced its quantum cloud service in March 2017, […]

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IT incumbents beware: Startup disruption has only just begun

The Collision conference highlighted the dynamic world of startups, particularly those chasing growth opportunities around disruptive technologies — similar to the business strategies established IT players such as IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Accenture (NYSE: ACN) are moving toward. Though unequipped for enterprisewide, consulting-led digital transformation engagements, startups will likely increasingly challenge traditional systems integrators (SIs) […]