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The Coming Divergence of IT Strategies

Many pandemic-inspired events that converged in 2020 and 2021 will make 2022 the pivotal year for many organizations’ digital transformation journey. The shift many businesses made to remote work and virtual customer experiences have resulted in increased data generation. As a result of this explosion of information, analytics, and insights, businesses are turning to the cloud in droves. The cloud provides unprecedented flexibility, agility, and scalability, but not without some risk.

For a successful future, modern enterprises need to move their strategic focuses to outcomes and experiences and work backwards, leveraging what has already been built that can be carried forward while not letting legacy solutions restrict transformational change.

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