The Cutter Edge: Is Blockchain Here to Stay?, 3 Digital Architecture Pillars, Digital Transformation
28 January 2020
Welcome to The Cutter Edge. In each free issue, you'll find research, insight, and advice crucial to helping you navigate the spectrum of challenges technology change brings.
Although still in its infancy, advances in blockchain technology are unwavering, according to blockchain expert Karolina Marzantowicz. The next two to three years will be important in terms of implementing proper regulations and standards to enable wider adoption of blockchain technology. More!
For architecture to play a pivotal role in business transformation, it must refocus on three core principles: accelerated change, decentralized decisions, and public self-governance. Find out more about these 3 pillars in this article by architect Mark Greville.
In this webinar with Karolina Marzantowicz, you'll explore the latest developments in blockchain and how they are being leveraged to bring more innovation and efficiency to financial services, banking, and other industries. Register now!
Join us at Summit 2020 in Boston, October 19-20, for digital transformation immersion! Discover the strategies, competencies, and leadership skills that will pave the way to digital transformation success.Take advantage of our Early Bird savings – Register now!
Don't keep The Cutter Edge a secret! Forward this issue to your colleagues and give them the opportunity to get the latest industry and technology-driven updates every other Tuesday — FREE!
The Cutter Edge is a free biweekly email service that gives you information and advice that you can put to work immediately for your organization. Issues are written by Cutter Consortium's Senior Consultants, Fellows and journal authors.
More Articles Like This
- The Cutter Edge: Business Architecture is Here to Stay
- Blockchain: Here to Stay? — Opening Statement
- Blockchain: Here to Stay? — An Introduction
- The Cutter Edge: Risk Management for Digital Disruption, Blockchain Privacy, EA Capability Development
- Early Bird Look at Using Social Media Data for Corporate BI