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Digital Transformation

The term Digital Transformation, also known as DX or DT, refers to the shifting or conversion of business operations and/or processes to digital technologies.

Cloud computing is one example of digital transformation, in which users can access software and/or information stored in the cloud via subscription-based services. Other examples of digital transformation include electronic payments, office automation and paperless office processes. In order to be competitive, many industries find it advantageous to invest in digital transformation to meet customer and industry demands and to keep pace with the ever-evolving digital age.

Organizations like Stream can help with digital transformation by providing the physical data center to support each customer’s on-premises applications and unfettered access to multiple cloud service providers.