Like the dinosaurs that came before us, organisations that do not take advantage of new and emerging technologies will find they are outdated and in danger of extinction. However, jumping on the new technology band wagon without a strategy, roadmap and business alignment will certainly lead to diminished returns and technology risk exposure.
Identifying business cases, investing in the right emerging technologies, and managing risk and compliance as you become a digital leader are crucial to realising the benefits of these digital technologies.
Underpinned by the power and agility of cloud, emerging technologies allow you to scale on demand, improve resiliency, minimise infrastructure investments and deploy solutions & rapidly. Protiviti’s cloud solutions and emerging technologies team helps organisations embrace new technologies to support business strategies, optimise business processes and mine data to bring new solutions to market and gain a competitive advantage.
We provide companies new ways of thinking about emerging technology. Our core business understanding, combined with our background in risk management and our emerging technology expertise, allows businesses to understand and harness the power of new technologies to solve business problems and gain competitive advantage.
We help companies develop practical proof concepts designed to quickly deploy working use cases. These POC’s apply emerging technology to solve business problems and achieve advantage. The POC helps prove the feasibility of the business value and better understand the resources needed to fully deploy the solution. Our POC’s are designed to help organisations quickly verify ROI projections and enable better decision making regarding investment and implementation of emerging technology solutions.
In our bi-weekly podcast series, The Post-Quantum World, Protiviti Associate Director and host Konstantinos Karagiannis is joined by quantum computing experts to discuss hot topics in quantum computing, including the business impact, benefits and threats of this exciting new capability.