Digital Transformation Whitepapers

Payment and commerce: digital edge playbook

The Digital Edge Playbook for Payments and Commerce outlines how industry leaders are transforming their digital edge to leverage an ecosystem-based value chain for real-time insights and a frictionless experience. Our simple, three-step strategy offers proven best practices on how to re-architect your presence, integrate cloud and SaaS capabilities and enable new offerings based on

Interconnection and the speed of change in the Nordics

There has been a consistent focus on digital transformation within the Nordic traditional financial services industry. This paper, produced by Finextra in association with Equinix, explores how interconnection and collaboration can help banks successfully navigate digital transformation and secure competitive advantage within the Nordics, and indeed any banking ecosystem. This paper builds on this survey

Open banking and digital transformation

Open banking allows consumers better access to their data, enabling them to make better choices about financial products and services. Regulators support open banking in order to drive financial services competition, promote innovation and create new partnerships. Combining data from financial institutions with open APIs, developers are creating a new generation of apps and platforms

Distributed Energy Future Trends

We are still seeing that organisations which view energy as a strategic asset, rather than a cost, continue to outperform their competition—implementing more advanced energy solutions which help improve operational efficiency, better control business risk, improve resilience and drive enhanced financial performance. As the trend towards digitalisation continues, energy is becoming more fundamental to the

Cloudera Fast Forward Labs

Machine learning holds the promise of automating decision-making, transforming industries and creating new markets. Yet adoption remains limited by uncertainty related to a rapidly changing technical landscape, obscurity of best practices, and difficulty separating hype from reality. Without focus on strategy and practical business problems, it´s all too easy to embark on expensive “AI” science