The issue of Digital Transformation is omni-present in the business media today. It moves questions of technologies and their applications out of a specialized professional domain and into the focus of the “C-suite” corporate executives. Digital Transformation is marked by the transition from the traditional enterprise “IT” (task-centric, formalized, controlled, administered, expensive) to the new world of open digital systems, which are human-centric, informal, spontaneous, empathic, and affordable. As a result technologies are no longer just internal resources and assets, which are completely under management control, but are powerful independent forces shaping environments and markets. With the disruption that this brings to business, a new class of management risk emerges: that of being unable to grasp the power of digital forces to bring benefits to a company. The research report How To Read The Digital Transformation explores in details the challenges and opportunities for the business in the coming new era.