5 Most Popular Enterprise Mobility Exchange Articles In Q4

Walmart, Kaiser Permanente Top The News

Steven Lerner

It has truly been an exciting time in digital transformation. There are new technologies and initiatives permeating the enterprise, with many IT leaders achieving great success. During this time, Enterprise Mobility Exchange has covered the latest trends, topics, and challenges in the industry. We published reports, infographics, interviews, articles, and case studies. Now that Q4 is over, here are five of the most popular articles from October, November, and December 2018 — all still pertinent today and good reads as you map out your 2019 digital strategy.

5. 2018 Mobie Winners Case Study

Looking back at 2018, the Mobie Awards was an incredible opportunity to honor notable enterprises and the outstanding technological achievements they’ve made on their journey to digital transformation. Enterprise Mobility Exchange now is diligently preparing for 2019’s Mobie Awards. The most recent case study highlighting the three winners is definitely a report that you want to download and read (if you haven’t done so already). It reveals how Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Kaiser Permanente Continuing Care Services, and DLL overcame challenges with innovative technology, and are reaping the benefits.

4. Business Intelligence Definition: What Does It Mean?

Enterprises recognize that they must incorporate business intelligence in order to survive in the age of digital transformation. By turning to business intelligence, an organization can understand which technological initiatives are working, and which initiatives need to be altered. In order to succeed with this concept, an enterprise must be unified, and leaders need to deliver quick wins. This article, “Business Intelligence Definition: What Does It Mean?” is based on a presentation from the Digital Transformation Online Summit delivered by Greg Steffine, SVP and Director of the Business Intelligence and Analytics Competency Center at KeyBank.

3. Virtual Reality Training: Walmart Leverages VR For Employees

Many organizations realize that Virtual reality (VR) can enhance employee training. In October 2018, Walmart deployed 17,000 standalone Oculus Go headsets to most of its 5,000 stores to train its employees. With the technology, associates can be trained in real-world scenarios, including how to handle Black Friday shoppers. In this exclusive interview, Aaron Kimbrough —Walmart’s Sr. Manager II, Digital Operations — discusses why they decided to use virtual reality training, how the technology works, and the ROI. It’s a great article to check out for any organization that is considering VR.

2. 21 Digital Transformation Experts To Follow On Twitter

Who are some of the leading digital transformation voices on Twitter? Enterprise Mobility Exchange created a helpful list featuring 21 of the best digital transformation experts on Twitter, including CEOs, CIOs, CTOs, authors, journalists, analysts, and other leading IT professionals. Since it is never a good idea to go through digital transformation alone, this list could be utilized so that enterprises can readily tap into the thoughts and advice of these technology virtuosos.

1. 21 Top Chief Information Officers To Follow On Twitter

Keeping with the Twitter theme, which has emerged as one of the leading outlets for chief information officers (CIO) to discuss critical issues regarding enterprise mobility and digital transformation, we’ve compiled another list. These leaders often use Twitter to address the latest technological innovations and challenges. Here is Enterprise Mobility Exchange’s list of 21 of the leading Twitter accounts of CIOs to follow. The list features CIOs from the Airforce, Oath/Yahoo, the City of Palo Alto, and other organizations in many different industries. It is truly a list of the best CIOs who have the best insights on today’s important IT topics.