Big data technology can help immensely with developing a digital adoption strategy.
"Digital transformation has been a goal for many organizations in recent years, and the shift to remote and hybrid working arrangements has only made this desire to future-proof their business more immediate," writes Andrew Oziemblo in
"However, this transition isn't easy and wouldn't be possible without major advances in big data technology.
Digital adoption has been defined as the reinvention of a company through the optimization of legacy systems and utilization of new technologies. Big data has been the epicenter of digital adoption in recent years. This is why companies around the world spent over $162 billion on big data last year..."
Businesses have always been data-driven. The ability to gather data, analyze it, and make decisions based on it has always been a key part of success. As such, the ability to effectively manage data has become critical.
"In the past few years," writes Kihara Kimachia in
IT Business Edge
"data has exploded in size and complexity. For example, the amount of data created, captured, copied, and consumed worldwide will hit 181 zettabytes by 2025, up from only two zettabytes in 2010.
This fact has made it difficult for businesses to promptly gather, analyze, and act on data. However, DataOps (data operations) is a software framework that was created to address this very problem..."