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Follow #STinsights to get expert insights on what is powering the next era of digital products and services. Join our #Tweetchat "A decade of #Industry4.0: What comes NeXT?" on June 02, 2022 at 11 a.m. ET to know more. Save the date: https://t.co/oesOMUuLQg pic.twitter.com/AhxeJyZesN— CIO Straight Talk (@CIOStraightTalk) May 31, 2022
Let’s deep dive into Industry 4.0 with our first question.
Just 30 minutes to go for the #Tweetchat on “A decade of #Industry4.0: What comes NeXT?” with #STinsights of an amazing panel of experts. Visit https://t.co/Xbo5NaTbJF to join the discussion at 11 a.m. ET. @DigitalFawad @jkbeltramo @mdkail @mirko_ross @RobTiffany pic.twitter.com/JTklbALhpY— CIO Straight Talk (@CIOStraightTalk) June 2, 2022
A1: I believe that many are still in the infancy and ‘paralyzed’ by cultural inertia and lack of proper technical leadership; worse yet, many haven’t even started the journey @CIOStraightTalk #STinsights— mike d. kail (@mdkail) June 2, 2022
Q1. Organizations are now using Machine learning, AI, and IoT and considering Blockchain as their key digital transformation initiatives to realize their business goals and stay competitive. #STInsights https://t.co/S3s1Z5VdYB— Fawad Khan (@DigitalFawad) June 2, 2022
#STInsights Many levels of maturity exist in the i4.0 journey. Some are highly advanced, most are still immature and not realizing the value. However, there has been an acceleration in the last few years due to the cost and availability of technology and other global influencers https://t.co/vu601noCFP— Justin Beltramo (@jkbeltramo) June 2, 2022
These were some great insights on the state of digital transformation. Let’s move on to the second question
We have a split: early adoptors with good experience and progress and the late adopters which can learn from successful early adoptors.— 🟣 Mirko Ross 🇪🇺 (@mirko_ross) June 2, 2022
A2: Start by aligning business objectives with proper technology choices such as Edge/Cloud computing to unlock elasticity and velocity. Implement continuous ways to measure effectiveness and evolution @CIOStraightTalk #STinsights https://t.co/PECsSv0RhM— mike d. kail (@mdkail) June 2, 2022
#STInsights— Justin Beltramo (@jkbeltramo) June 2, 2022
Foster a community of insights and action
Create context within the ecosystem
Build with reliability and empathy
Operate with resiliency and sustainability
Respond with cognitive and self-healing capability
Rapidly deploy, build and rebuild through microservices https://t.co/acF28Sx5AK
Let’s see some of the common myths everyone believes about industry 4.0
A2: Moving workloads to one of the hyperscale #clouds is a great way to reduce the time spent on non-core IT functions while boosting levels of #cybersecurity. @CIOStraightTalk #STinsights #OneHCL https://t.co/m2EySL7QCU— Rob Tiffany #IoT #DigitalTwins (@RobTiffany) June 2, 2022
Q3. Myths - A combination of technologies can't be used effectively to improve products, services, and other digital/physical experiences. Technology will replace humans; #STInsights https://t.co/faZYIZ1RqS— Fawad Khan (@DigitalFawad) June 2, 2022
A3: Despite decades of research, it's still early days for #AI and customers often think it's a silver bullet to facilitate their transformation. @CIOStraightTalk #STinsights #OneHCL https://t.co/p0EZwoll9L— Rob Tiffany #IoT #DigitalTwins (@RobTiffany) June 2, 2022
Currently CIOs are an important part of an organization. Are they relevant in the business resilience era?
A3: Primary myth seems to be that cognitive ecosystems will be a panacea and not require that human brains need to be clear and engaged to start said transformation @CIOStraightTalk #STinsights https://t.co/ZGObmn1X0Y— mike d. kail (@mdkail) June 2, 2022
Q4. Deeply understand the business strategy and needs, continue to evaluate technologies, and encourage innovation and Proof-of-Concept experimentation. #STinsights @CIOStraightTalk https://t.co/G7328pgmrr— Fawad Khan (@DigitalFawad) June 2, 2022
Let’s see what the future lies for Industry 4.0.
A4: CIOs need to lead the charge in #digitalizing the organization to benefit the various business units with more agility and digital tools to better connect with customers. @CIOStraightTalk #STinsights #OneHCL https://t.co/xmDWFFrzn1— Rob Tiffany #IoT #DigitalTwins (@RobTiffany) June 2, 2022
Industry 4.0 is primarily a manufacturing destination that we hope to arrive at by 2030. Beyond that, analysts and marketers can only speculate. More compute, #data, & #AI will certainly take us to new destinations. @CIOStraightTalk #STinsights #OneHCL https://t.co/3oepBmbP6N— Rob Tiffany #IoT #DigitalTwins (@RobTiffany) June 2, 2022
A sustainable, cognitive ecosystem that creates value by powering insights and collaborations at an unprecedented scale. This value-based ecosystem is built on capabilities and microservices to enable adaptability and reduce time to address market needs#STinsights https://t.co/2Wi5UuA2Gi— Justin Beltramo (@jkbeltramo) June 2, 2022
This brings us to the end of our tweet chat! A very big thank you to all the experts who joined us today! We hope you insightful and you learned something new today; we promise to return with more interesting and valuable topics soon. Keep an eye out!
Key technologies that will affect the businesses, their strategies, and growth: Blockchain, Quantum Computing, Electrical Vehicles, Metaverse, Virtual Reality, and Augmented Reality. #STInsights @CIOStraightTalk https://t.co/m2nYksi8Sq— Fawad Khan (@DigitalFawad) June 2, 2022