Top 10 trends in 2013
From clouds and gamification to computer security, businesses today are spoiled by choice on how to harness the latest innovations to improve their bottom line.
Technology has always shaped society and commerce in unpredictable ways, changing customer behaviour, spawning new enterprises and wiping out existing businesses that are unable to keep pace. Technology has the power to change our lives. It can increase the quality of human experience, create new environments to realise our dreams and help us to get beyond problems that trouble our world.
Many people are now convinced that we will all benefit from the development of information technologies. It is hard to underestimate the added value of these technologies. Companies across the world are increasingly adopting _ and creating greater business value _ by harnessing science and technology to foster business growth, drive innovation and create real competitive advantage ... and why won't you?
Organisations that do not make these shifts will be left behind as they struggle to effectively exploit technology and manage an inefficient IT function and an underperforming corporate centre. It is vital that you understand and use advanced technologies to help increase business efficiency in some way or another. Therefore, CIOs and other corporate leaders need to embrace the emerging and disruptive technologies to stay ahead of the game and determine the solutions that best fit the organisation's needs.
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