Citrix: Rising to the Digital Business Challenge
The job of the CIO is more challenging—and more promising—than ever.The convergence of cloud, mobile, big data analytics and IoT has led to a dramatic increase in complexity, disrupted legacy IT infrastructures, and escalated fears over data security. To keep pace with digitally empowered employees, business ecosystems and customers alike, IT leaders are re-thinking the way business is done in today’s digital economy.
The stakes couldn’t be higher. According to MIT Sloan research, organizations that successfully adapt in today’s digital world are 26 percent more profitable than their industry peers, driving new levels of productivity and efficiency.
A few short weeks ago, IT leaders from Exelon, Morgan Stanley and New York Presbyterian shared insights and lessons learned from their decision to say YES to Digital Business on the main stage at Citrix Synergy 2016 with Citrix President and CEO, Kirill Tatarinov. Though they each herald different industry sectors, each company shared some common threads for digital business transformation.
Here’s what we learned:
Outstanding Experience is Job #1
Read the entire article here, Rising to the Digital Business Challenge
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