Practical applications for quantum computing in multiple industries are closer than many people think. The market could hit $50 billion by 2030.
See which industries have a digital performance edge—and which don’t—in this infographic.
Although the performance gap is widening between digital champions and laggards, companies can take steps to mature.
Though digitization offers clear benefits, only one in five companies has the right foundation in place to implement it. The rest should follow seven best practices to close the gap—starting today.
To unlock digital’s full potential, companies—not their vendors—must drive the effort with a balanced focus on three dimensions: people, processes, and technology.
Making Agile Work
Too often, agile remains confined to software development.
How do chief security officers shift their organizations’ approach from reactive to proactive?
Cybersecurity and business strategy should be linked at every level, from the board and C-suite to individual people, processes, and systems.
HSBC’s David Knott looks for ways to streamline the bank’s digital infrastructure, adopting new technology and new ways of thinking in the digital world.
Renault can now develop, in mere months, digital initiatives that will create €600 million in increased value annually.
This French company took a large leap away from its data centers.
Companies have a choice: either transform IT to be able to work closely with business units in developing products and services or focus IT on its governance role.
BCG Technology Advantage, April 2018
What keeps top executives awake at night? The threat of cyberattacks. What are they working on by day? Building cyberresilience.
Companies are encountering the “AI paradox”—it is deceptively easy to launch projects with AI but fiendishly hard to reach scale.
The founder and CEO of Sinovation Ventures says that US and Chinese companies have a big natural advantage when it comes to AI, but CEOs are underestimating the workforce reductions that are bound to result.
Tomorrow’s end-to-end manufacturing AI will think alongside—and sometimes ahead of—human coworkers. But ambitions for the technology far outstrip today’s reality.
AI has made its way to the business world. What happens next?
When it comes to personalizing the shopping experience and providing multichannel access, most traditional retailers are just getting started.
Some forward-thinking insurer will use blockchain technology to change the industry. What will that take?
Shingle by shingle and brick by brick, companies are breaking with tradition to construct closer connections with consumers.
To turn HSBC into the bank of the future, Richard Herbert, CIO for global banking and markets, has implemented some of the newest and most innovative technologies.
Challengers are unlocking profits in a low-margin business.
New cars are like rolling computers. AI, virtualization, and other new technologies can help automotive engineering keep up with this complexity.