5 Key Digital Transformation Trends
February 15, 2023
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A survey conducted by Vanson Bourne, commissioned by Micro Focus, discovered five key digital transformation trends where IT organizations are looking to focus their resources.

These areas of focus include:

■ Delivering value faster

■ Leveraging cloud as a modernization tactic

■ Delivering operational and cost efficiencies

■ Evolving to a cyber-resilient mindset

■ Corralling key data

Some key stats from the survey include:

■ 80% plan to modernize their core applications by moving at least 41% of workloads to the cloud in the next two years.

■ 98% estimate that their organization may unintentionally overspend annually on public cloud infrastructure due to inefficiencies.

■ 57% do not have recent audits of their private and sensitive data.

■ 73% say their organizations have so much data that it is difficult for them to get the insights they need.

■ Less than 50% of the respondents have fully adopted a value stream management (VSM) approach for their software delivery lifecycle.

Methodology: The survey encompassed a wide range of industry sectors, with 750 respondents in seven countries. The organizations represented include mid-sized and enterprise-level organizations.

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