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The term "digital transformation" may have been coopted by marketing, but it is very real. Around two-thirds of European CEOs are under pressure to make it work. In 2019 alone, European enterprises will invest €229m ($259m) into the technology component of digital transformation. Given all that money and pressure, we would expect things to be further along. But well over half of European enterprises still do ad hoc projects or work within silos of innovation. Data and systems remain separated or only partially integrated. And even when technology is in place, enterprises wrestle with creating processes and cultures that foster innovation and cross-functional collaboration. Join Red Hat and IDC to discuss the business side of going digital—and what the business can learn from forward-looking CIOs and tech team adoption of open transformation.