Dell Reiterates Commitment To Driving Nigeria’s Digital Transformation Agenda
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With digital transformation being a major area of focus for businesses and government across Lagos and emerging markets in Africa, Dell Technologies has reinforced its commitment to advancing Nigeria’s ICT agenda.
The Dell Technologies Forum 2019 that was held in Lagos, brought together business leaders and industry experts to share their insights and expertise on the latest digital transformation strategies in the country.
Dell Technologies Forum 2019 is the first of its kind in the country and aims to provide a blueprint for digital success and insight into how transformation initiatives can positively impact business results and functions.
The agenda was packed with informative and inspiring sessions covering IT Transformation, Digital Transformation, Workforce Transformation and Security Transformation.
IT Transformation centers on modernizing the underlying technology infrastructure, operations, and delivery of services. While it enables speed, efficiency, scale, and cost-effectiveness—automating manual tasks and streamlining operations to free up resources and fuel Digital Future initiatives, the unique capabilities developed by IT will help power the innovation required for an organization’s Digital Future.
Workforce Transformation looks at simplifying the way people work. The future of work is one where there is flexibility to work anytime and anywhere. In response to the growing demands of companies to have a seamless experience for their employees, and to allow IT teams to focus on matters requiring their expertise, Dell Technologies introduced Unified Workspace.
On Security, Dell Technologies partners with organizations to adopt a new mindset to managing security and risk. It’s all about securing technology to continue to progress and innovate. Products within the Dell’s security portfolio include its trusted devices, data and infrastructure along with VMware NSX, SecureWorks Red Cloak Threat Detection & Response that brings software as a service to cybersecurity.
By Application Transformation, Dell Technologies focuses on providing organisations’ developers with the right tools and platforms to deliver apps in weeks rather than months.
Habib Mahakian, Vice President of Dell Technologies, Emerging Africa said: “In an era of intense business change and rapid technology shifts, companies today need to lay the foundations for their digital future. The information and communications technology (ICT) sector is at the center of Nigeria’s development strategy and continues to play a key role in driving economic growth.
“It is therefore important that organizations ensure that their IT infrastructure enables them to compete in a hyper-digital world. This is because digital transformation is shifting the paradigms of how an organization operates, the way IT is consumed and the value derived from the products and services offered.
“At Dell Technologies, we aim to simplify this journey for our customers with our comprehensive portfolio of solutions and services and Dell Technologies Forum is the platforms that showcases our breakthrough solutions portfolio with the aim of advancing an organization’s digital roadmap.”
Looking ahead, Dell Technologies is committed to working closely with its customers and partners in Nigeria as they embark on their digital transformation strategies.
There are several trends that are driving the requirements for organizations and shaping their IT strategies over the next 3-5 years, with innovation in 5G, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning, cloud and blockchain throttling full steam ahead.
Dell Technologies will unlock the power of data in ways never imagined, transforming everyday business and everyday life.
L-R: Travers Nicholas, Central West Africa General Manager, Dell Technologies; Habib Mahakian, Vice President, Emerging Africa, Dell Technologies and Walid Yehia, Middle East, Turkey and Africa Presales Director, Dell Technologies during the Dell Technologies Forum held at Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos….