A key indicator of the success of digital transformation is the better, faster use of data to improve internal operations and protect customer relationships. So what can we learn from businesses who feel they’re already gaining significant competitive advantage from data analytics relative to others in their industries?

Achieve Visibility without Borders for Better Application PerformanceFirst, consider the goals that digital businesses set when tackling data and analytics initiatives.

MIT Sloan Management Review surveyed 309 respondents in North America in October, 2018, where 80% of respondents identified as being in IT management. The remainder identified as data analytics leaders or C-suite executives with significant responsibility for big data and analytics strategies.

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Application delivery and performance optimization are vital objectives for leading organizations today and cloud and data center integration problems are seen to hinder overall data quality and comprehensive visibility:

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How IT Taps Big Data to Optimize Digital Operations and Drive Business Advantage

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