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Changes in culture, accounting standards, regulatory, and vendor contract management will ensure that companies make the best decisions benefitting their customers, IT roadmaps, and operations These are some heavy stones to life to affect that change-- are you optimistic they can be overcome in reasonable time frames?
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Good insights Paul, thanks for sharing. I'd love a link to the International Data Corporation content if you have it? We have seen success in both areas, including very recently with one of our clients (not one of our projects). Here is an example of how they are using VR: http://ow.ly/NoYP50xVKuc
Alan, A lot of potential in this area. One change with technology advances today, like AR/VR, that is different from those in the past is that they are quite flexible. As a result, companies can adopt them in ways that suit how they operate. Here you go: https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS45679219 Paul
This context is so important and greatly appreciated-- thanks Dean! Unfortunately, cyberattacks on power grids are very useful in cyber warfare between states. Modern societies run on electricity and if it can’t be delivered to the customer, the scale of the consequences can be extremely large. Heating systems, law enforcement, hospitals, etc. depend on power and when it is cut off, a...
Hi Matt, and thanks for your question! You are very right to call the whole situation a cat and mouse game. As of now, though, it is still in a pretty nascent stage and it’s hard to tell who will have the upper hand – especially since we don’t know what bad actors are up to exactly before they strike.