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Red Hat discusses the road to digital transformation

Recently at the Red Hat APAC partner conference, I had the opportunity to sit in on several keynotes.

One of my favourite moments from the talks was when Red Hat discussed the road to digital transformation and why CIOs are often wary of taking the initial leap.

Some key takeaways were:

  • Often they don’t have the budget as 70% of most budgets are spent on operational costs.
  • They are wary of untested technologies.
  • Finding a balance between innovation and sustainability is often a struggle.

You can watch the talk below, as well as the show introduction:  

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