The history of digital transformation

By Harry Menear
The history of digital transformation goes back further than you may expect. Its roots extend all the way to the 1940s and is likely to continue affecti...

The history of digital transformation goes back further than you may expect. Its roots extend all the way to the 1940s and is likely to continue affecting the global business landscape for decades to come. 

By 2020, half of the Forbes Global 2000 will see their businesses depend on their ability to create digitally-transformed “products, services, and experiences” and worldwide spending on digital transformation will reach $2 trillion by 2022. Contentstack has put together a visual history of digital transformation, from Dr. Claude Shannon and his 1948 paper A Mathematical Theory of Communication to the era of cloud, AI and intelligent automation. Go on. Have a scroll.

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