My links of the week (weekly)


  • “Nonostante i grandi cambiamenti del mercato siano guidati dai Big Data, due terzi delle organizzazioni (65%) riconoscono di essere a rischio di diventare poco competitivi se non adotteranno nuove soluzioni per le analisi dei dati. A rivelarlo un recente Rapporto realizzato da Capgemini e EMC Corporation che hanno intervistato oltre 1.000 tra executive e senior decision maker del Nord America, Sud America, Europa e Asia-Pacifico per comprendere il livello di esigenza e capacità di gestione delle aziende dei Big Data. Dal Rapporto è emerso come per il 64% delle imprese intervistate i Big Data stiano cambiando i tradizionali confini del business, consentendo a nuove realtà di entrare nei loro mercati. Più di un quarto (27%) ha evidenziato una nuova competition da parte di player di altri settori, mentre la maggioranza (53%) si aspetta di dover affrontare la concorrenza di start-up data-enabled. Questo suggerisce che la padronanza nella gestione e nell’analisi dei Big Data è ormai imprescindibile non solo per il successo, ma anche per la sopravvivenza aziendale.”

    tags: Big_Data

  • “No one would argue with the notion that social and digital technologies are having a significant – and sometimes dramatic – impact on societies and economies. And though most people may not yet refer to this as the Digital Age or Era, they would likely concede that we are indeed transitioning away from a world driven primarily by industrial and mechanical technology to one driven by digital.

    Organizations are not evolving quite as rapidly as technology. Most are still in the relatively early stages of transitioning from industrially-driven to digitally-driven strategies and operational models. In their journeys to become digital enterprises, they have generally made good progress with digitization, some progress in the area of digital engagement, and relatively little in terms of true digital transformation.”

    tags: Digital_transformation

  • “Some 57% of respondents say that social business sophistication is at least somewhat important in their choice of employer.”

    tags: social_business

  • “The term “intranet” has been around for a relatively long time in technology-speak. And while it seems that every time an upstart comes on the scene people question the relevancy of the intranet, I’ve got something to tell you:
    Intranets aren’t going anywhere. “

    tags: enterprise_social_networks

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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