Challenges to software-defined network adoption: Enterprises need to address multiple challenges beyond upfront investments that inhibit SDN adoption
Software-defined networking is a key transformation lever: Software-defined networking is a key transformation lever that enterprises are adopting across the datacenter, WAN, and branch networks
4 key network transformation areas in enterprises: WAN transformation, datacenter network transformation, campus LAN transformation, voice transformation
Rise in digital means rise in agile networks: As enterprises launch more digital projects, demand for agile and programmable networks rises
Technical debt is not necessarily all bad – depending on the type of debt. Because speed-to-value is critically important in digital businesses, organizations may intentionally take on debt to achieve their goals as quickly and responsibly as possible. As long as they understand the risks and compromises, and have responsible plans to address it, assuming this debt can be a smart move.
Organizations are transforming manual operations to digital, automated, and smart business processes to achieve business outcomes
As data-centric BFS firms backed by sophisticated AI engines increasingly run quasi-autonomous and faster business processes, the QA function will have to evolve to assure the quality of business decisions based on automated business rules and inputs from AI engines
QA imperatives for building omnichannel digital experiences: