In 2013, a sophisticated Trojan known as “Shylock” was unleashed on millions of unsuspecting online banking customers. Its modus operandi was to stealthily install itself onto a computer and await banking transactions, upon which it drained the funds out of its victim’s accounts. Not only was this Trojan highly intelligent, but it also had strong self-preservation instincts.
In the 5 Change Blocks of Digital Transformation, we highlight the ‘process of innovation’ as a key element. But what do we mean by “innovation”?
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The UX Conference
June 13, 10:00-18:00
Canada Water Culture Space, London SE16 7AR
Thursday 15th October - Haymarket Hotel, London
Digital Transformation: Shaping your Strategy
The latest BTN event was engineered to provoke discussion around the topic of Digital Transformation. A number of senior change & transformation leaders from across a wide range of business gathered to discuss the following topics:
1. Has the customer created digital? Or has technology changed the customer?
2. How to monetise/measure the benefits of digital transformation?
3. How do businesses demystify digital?
Imagine a robot that can play and execute player actions the way people do. It can also find bugs, report them, change input data and check different variations at any time with fast feedback. Sounds like an ideal tester, but isn’t that what manual testers do?
I’ve been lucky enough to spend most of my career helping businesses succeed through digital, running my own business during the dot com boom/bust years and watching the digital economy explode.