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- How Social media, Mobile, Analytics and big data, and Cloud computing models (the ‘SMAC’ drivers) are interconnected
- How these SMAC drivers in combination can have an explosive effect on an organisation in terms of speed, flexibility, and openness
- How Digital Enterprises respond to the SMAC challenge by embracing the digital technologies that power the co-ordination of work, the creation and use of operational and management insights, and the sharing of knowledge – at scale, across boundaries, and in a highly integrated way
Social collaboration, mobile technology, analytics and big data and cloud computing platforms are creating a huge wave of opportunity for businesses to deliver more compelling customer experiences. But investments in these areas have to be made strategically – as part of an intentional ‘Digital Enterprise shift’. A Digital Enterprise is an organisation which applies a ‘ digital first’ strategy to how it connects to its customers and markets; how it creates and delivers products and services; and how it manages its operations. This session will explain how Social, Mobile, Analytics and Big Data and Cloud are connected, and provide a framework to help architects and decision makers analyse the potential for these technologies in different business domains, and how operations and management systems need to be re-thought in order to make the most of the potential in play.