Every industry was already transforming, but the pace of change was rapidly kicked into overdrive. Now, every organization is asking if they're ready for what's next and how to prepare their people and operations for anything, including the unexpected. With technology at the helm, the Connected CIO is uniquely equipped to optimize their organization for success in the data decade— specifically by increasing agility with flexible IT, enabling their teams to work and learn from anywhere with a digital workplace and creating new value by innovating with data.
of businesses are facing entrenched barriers to transformation1
In today's shifting digital landscape, the CIO is more critical than ever before and must be ready for tomorrow's digital future today. The Connected CIO leads in the digital future by embracing three critical business imperatives.
Outpacing disruption hinges on your ability to readily deploy and adapt resources to where they can bring about the best outcomes. How quickly you pivot defines how strong you’ll come out on the other side, and it requires more flexibility, choice and consistency in how you consume and pay for technology.
The debate of whether a digital workplace can be productive is over; we've seen it's not only successful but here to stay. Wherever work or learning happens for your organization, equip your teams with the right experiences and resources to be productive from anywhere— simply, securely and cost-effectively.
Stellar customer experiences. Groundbreaking innovations. Operational efficiencies. They’re all achieved with quality data insights. Harness the power of emerging technologies to put all your data to work, anywhere, to create new value for your organization.
In digital transformation there can be leaders and those who fall behind. CIOs that have started the process and begun transforming their organizations are better positioned to handle big challenges and achieve business results. They’re quantifiable.
more likely to have mature digital transformation initiatives underway.2
more likely to be involved in business strategy development.2
more likely to believe their companies are in a strong competitive position.2
more likely to make faster data-driven decisions.2
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1Dell Technologies Digital Transformation Index, October 2020. Research conducted by Vanson Bourne surveying 4,300 business leaders across 18 countries. https://www.delltechnologies.com/dtindex
2Dell SMC Transformation Maturity Study 2018.
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