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The New Cybersecurity Threat Landscape

post by Chris Curran on April 27, 2016

Cyber threat landscape

Guest post by Gerard Verweij, US Advisory Technology Consulting Leader at PwC When you hear a lot of doom and gloom you have a tendency to go numb after a while. But, then something happens so alarming that reminds you of the urgency of the situation and instills in you a renewed commitment to the […]

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Meet the new enterprise architect: the “capability architect”

post by Chris Curran on April 20, 2016

Meet the New EA

Guest post by Jack Topdjian, Principal, PwC’s Strategy& With the digital era only in its infancy, more mature industries like engineering can serve as a guide for organizations looking to transform IT. Engineers are known for their attention to detail and the ability to manage a multitude of parts to make the big picture come […]

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An untapped market for inventing the future?

post by Chris Curran on April 12, 2016

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Guest post by Mitra Best, US Innovation Leader, PwC, @mitrainnovates As the proliferation of digital technologies disrupts the business landscape, technology executives are scrambling to find the right skills to keep pace. Recognizing the unprecedented impact technology has on inventing the future, why are we overlooking almost 50% of the potential talent pool? It is ironic […]

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9 Reasons Your Enterprise is Not Agile, Yet

post by Chris Curran on April 06, 2016

9 reasons you're not agile yet

Guest post by Russ Riggen and Mayank Agarwal Agile, DevOps, Shift-left…we’ve heard these buzzwords to describe evolved software development practices and principles for almost a decade now. Yet, achieving the optimal agile state continues to escape the grasp of the vast majority of businesses. CEOs want to roll out products and services at a quicker […]

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Ushering in the Next Generation Information Architecture

post by Chris Curran on March 21, 2016

Ushering in Next Generation Data

Guest post by Oliver Halter and Ritesh Ramesh Capturing all available, relevant information and transitioning it into insights to drive business value continues to be a major challenge—even for companies that consider data and analytics as the lifeblood of their growth agendas. Most of the time, we can attribute this challenge directly to the old […]

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