GARTNER’S SEVEN NEW DIG­I­TAL DIS­RUP­TIONS

Com­pa­nies may strug­gle to plan for dis­rup­tions in­clud­ing quantum com­put­ing, nan­otech and hu­man-ma­chine in­ter­face

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Gartner has re­vealed seven dig­i­tal dis­rup­tions that or­gan­i­sa­tions may not be pre­pared for, and which could cre­ate new op­por­tu­ni­ties, busi­ness mod­els and com­pa­nies.

Daryl Plum­mer, vice pres­i­dent and Gartner Fel­low said that th­ese up­com­ing dis­rup­tions are harder to deal with for com­pa­nies.

“The sin­gle largest chal­lenge fac­ing en­ter­prises and tech­nol­ogy providers to­day is dig­i­tal dis­rup­tion,” said Plum­mer. “The vir­tual na­ture of dig­i­tal dis­rup­tions makes them much more dif­fi­cult to deal with than past tech­nol­ogy-trig­gered dis­rup­tions,” he said.

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