Growing Your Business Through Digital Disruption

April 12, 2013 • Watercooler Talk

“In prior eras, only governments or industry giants could invest in the infrastructure that powered the economy, from railways to highways to the Internet itself. But the latest development in the digital infrastructure came not at the cost of tax dollars or risky capital expenditures, but due to the voluntary contributions of consumers, who have been spending their hard-earned money on smartphones, tablets, game consoles, wearable gadgets and the platforms that power them.


Just as the highways made it possible for businesses to physically connect to customers, this vibrant network of consumer-funded devices, sensors and “things” opens up new connections for providers of every product experience imaginable, disrupting obviously vulnerable industries such as TV and retail and previously insulated industries such as healthcare and education.” READ MORE:

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