Tag: Digital Transformation

Software Intelligence holds the key to a successful transition from DevOps to DevSecOps.
DevSecOps Requires More than DevOps Patching
Naresh Choudhary from Infosys explains how the company is using Software Intelligence to improve software quality by up to 15%.
CIO Perspective: Software Intelligence as a Foundation for Machine Learning and AI
Cristina Alvarez, former CIO of Telefónica, shares why understanding software is increasingly important to business operations.
CIO Perspective: Why Software Intelligence is Imperative in a Digital World
Every major business today is mostly run on software. Make sure you have the right intelligence to be a leader in the digital world.
Software Intelligence – What is it and why now?
Digital transformation is now a mandate, but it presents an opportunity for CIOs to reposition themselves at the heart of the business.
The Evolving Role of CIOs in the Age of Digital Transformation
At the upcoming Matinée CIO event in Paris, CAST, along with select partners and customers, will address challenges and best practices for digital transformation initiatives, including compliance, cloud migration, application security and establishing an Agile culture.
CAST Talks AppSec, Compliance and Digital Transformation at Matinée CIO
On June 9th, CAST hosted the event, How to Control Software Risk and Cost in Digital Transformation, in Madrid with CISQ and Dr. Richard Soley, CEO and Chairman of the Object Management Group.
How to Manage Software Risk and Cost in Digital Transformation
Harvard Business Review has reported that digital leaders succeed in large part due to their ability to recognize and scale innovation across their business – seeing beyond transformation hurdles and IT complexity. They never lose sight of the end goal.
Recap: Software Risk & Innovation Summit 2017
At the upcoming Software Risk and Innovation Summit, CIOs address challenges around DevOps and the next big tech innovation trends.
CISQ Is Helping CIOs Master Digital Transformation

It’s no question that Cloud is no longer a passing phase. In the span of a few years, Cloud has moved from an interesting concept to a useful business tool. What began as a creative tool for testing has moved into the mainstream as a way to improve hardware utilization and expand capacity. The benefits for Cloud are well established, and more customers are moving to consumption-based models, either with captive or public Cloud solutions. Many tools exist to help with Cloud migrations, but few have the flexibility to “see through the Cloud” to the application code, and make that code fit this new world.

See Through the Cloud!

Last week, CAST attended the Gartner EA Summit, held at National Harbor. It was two days of jam-packed sessions and workshops about Enterprise Architecture, but what stuck out the most was the value of this very unique discipline as a catalyst for Digital Transformation.

EA and Digital Transformation were the core focus of many presentations, including Mike J. Walker’s session “Leverage EA to Understand the Value and Impacts of Digital Disruption.” Mike stressed that this ever-evolving discipline is becoming a vital component to corporate strategy, delivering high-performing and sustainable business outcomes.

Enterprise Architecture as the Gateway to Digital Transformation – Takeaways from the Gartner EA Summit 2016

Is your IT landscape prepared for the ever-changing demands of digital transformation? A panel of the top IT experts in the United Kingdom joined CAST at the Institute of Directors (IoD) in London on Tuesday to discuss this complex, but increasingly pertinent question. The digital transformation event was attended by many IT professionals within the financial services, telecommunications, retail, government, and IT services industries.

Digital Transformation Priorities: UK IT Leaders Weigh In

On Tuesday, April 28th, at 11am EDT we will host a live webinar with Gartner on one of today’s hottest topics- Digital Transformation.

Digital Transformation has been disrupting industries for some time and, while some companies have successfully managed digital transformations other have not. This event will explore the barriers to digital transformation many organizations are facing due to poor application management practices. Topics covered will include: excessive complexity, the challenges IT leaders face in improving application health and what you can do to reverse the situation. Also to be discussed during the webinar are the warning signs of potential failure for a digital transformation and how leaders and their companies should prepare for digital transformations in their organization to increase the chances of success.

Digital Transformation Obstacles and Lessons Learned from Gartner Research

They say “if something works, don’t fix it.” This old adage may be the reason behind why some organizations hold onto legacy systems longer than they should, but it is also the reason why these same organizations struggle with software complexity. In fact, according to the GAO, Uncle Sam spends 80 percent of its $86.4 billion IT budget on legacy systems.

Digital Transformation Keeps Software Complexity from Becoming a CIO’s Legacy