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Digitalisation is progressing rapidly, companies have to face up to technological innovations and adapt their business models. This has a significant impact on the IT function in companies. It is undergoing fundamental change. This change is being driven by AI applications, Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS) and the cloud, among other things. The technological innovations mean that the IT systems and therefore also the structures in the IT function will change.

In our white paper "The future of IT", we look at what the future of IT could look like and how companies should position themselves to be more flexible, collaborate better and fulfil customer requirements.

IT managers should focus on these six priorities:

Anything-as-a-Service (XaaS)

The benefits offered by XaaS should be specifically promoted and incorporated into the overall strategy and operating model of IT business functions. XaaS offers the following advantages, among others: Improving the spend model, accelerating new applications and business processes, and shifting IT resources to more important projects.

Putting data at the centre

IT teams can generate competitive advantages by consistently managing and analysing data. For example, when it comes to analysing the performance of AI applications.

Focus on resilience

The IT of the future should above all be secure against attacks and stable. Technologies should therefore be used consistently to reduce the risk of cyber attacks. And a corporate culture should be developed in which employees are sensitised to the dangers of cyber attacks.

Securing talent

The shortage of IT specialists requires new, creative solutions to attract people with the right skills to drive digital change in the company.

Driving innovation forward quickly

The aim here is to keep up the pace of innovation and to quickly adapt and utilise new developments in order to reach customers and meet their needs.

ESG: Responsible operation of IT

IT should take on more responsibility when it comes to supporting non-financial reporting and integrating ESG aspects into corporate strategy and processes.

In the white paper, we take a detailed look at the impact of these six trends and how IT should position itself for the future. We also explain which skills IT managers and their teams should have in order to successfully shape the digital transformation.

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