Nine macro technology forces are expected to continue to steadily influence and disrupt future business and technology strategies, IT operations and investments, business models, and markets. As enterprise adoption continues apace, three new and transformative forces have also emerged on the horizon.
Manufacturers this year are likely to double down on their core businesses and mobilize partnerships to drive targeted goals such as improving customer experience, according to Deloitte’s 2020 Manufacturing Industry Outlook.
Browser support for third-party cookies is coming to an end in response to consumer demand for greater privacy and control. In preparation, marketers can consider consent-driven engagement strategies that prioritize trust and transparency while providing emotionally resonant, contextually relevant experiences.
The number of audiobook and podcast listeners is expected to grow significantly in 2020. So who’s on the other end of the speaker? Listeners are mostly young, educated, and employed.
Digital identity data is a prerequisite for many of the personalized experiences today’s consumers demand, but growing privacy concerns make careful data management more critical than ever. Managed services that blend identity and privacy into a combined outcome can help enterprises navigate a path that balances innovation and control.
It’s never been easy to assess cyber risk before an attack occurs, but recent Securities and Exchange Commission guidance makes doing so imperative. A new modeling approach can help C-suite leaders quantify that risk from a function-specific perspective.
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