Cloud and the age of continuous disruption
The journey of digital transformation
COVID-19 has accelerated the pace of digital transformation, spurring organisations to innovate faster or risk losing eminence or even going out of business. Fortunately, this urgency of transformation can be supported by rapid advances in digital and software systems. Cloud computing is one such technological marvel that has taken the world of business by a storm.
How technology has shaped up over the past two decades of this century to the present day of cloud computing, while bringing in a host of tech advances fueling the present generation of businesses.accelerators for cloud adoption and the driving force behind those accelerators.
The "Age of With": Humans and machines
Future of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence has come of age. The “Age of WithTM,” where humans and machines work together, is upon us. Our ability to connect, collaborate, and innovate is creating remarkable new possibilities for businesses and the society, at large.
Understanding the pandemic’s impact on working women
How employers can act now to prevent a setback in achieving gender parity in the workplace
Deloitte Global research highlights impact of COVID-19 on working women and how employers can prevent a setback in achieving gender parity.
Adaptable organisation: The new normal
This paper attempts to decode the key elements of adaptable organisations, discusses how organisation models need to evolve as the business recovers and thrives, and provides recommendations for leaders to enhance agility at their organisations.
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Elevating human experience for automotive customers through digital transformation
This paper attempts to decode the impact of Covid-19 on automotive customers’ purchase journey, discusses the ‘new normal’ expected to emerge for automotive OEMs and provides recommendations on how digital solutions will transform the traditional customer journey.
The new normal with intelligent automation
Internet of Things (IoT)
Workforce and increment trends survey 2020: Phase II