Ungated Post | 20 Jan 2016
Business at the Speed of Thought
Companies must innovate faster than ever to compete in the new economy. Business is speeding up as constant connectivity, exponential increases in data, access to massive computational power, and even human-machine interaction redefine strategy and upend industries around the world.
Oxford Economics and HPE surveyed 300 global business and technology executives to find out how to turn ideas into value – driving changes in operational processes, technology infrastructure, and company culture.
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