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As artificial intelligence and the internet of things move from concept to reality, technology companies in every segment - semiconductors, software, hardware, internet services - face difficult challenges and exciting opportunities.
Change is coming faster today than ever before and companies must adapt. All business executives worry about change, but technology companies must be especially cognizant of the forces driving change and increased complexity. We view the following eight technologies as the most disruptive to business today:
From strategy development to digital transformation and business growth, PwC can help technology companies determine the right course of action, assisting you to manage key priorities that require concrete steps to reposition now, while also recalibrating for the future—whether it's creating new revenue streams or developing new business models. Talk to us, we stand ready to help.
The cloud and open source technology has changed the competitive landscape in the technology industry. Raman Chitkara discusses what established tech companies need to do to compete with startups.
The internet is driving a shift towards networks and platform based economic models which are influenced by the new social paradigms not witnesses before. Raman Chitkara from PwC describes technology disruptions and how they are forming new ecosystems.
In the near future, 5G and artificial intelligence are going to make our phones truly “smarter,” which will change how we interface with the devices. How will consumers react when phones begin doing this we expect on a proactive, autonomous basis, and what will this mean for companies across the technology, media and telecommunications industry?
How will apps evolve as smartphones gain intelligence? As we begin to see apps act autonomously and semi-autonomously, they will begin to interact with each other to produce consumers’ desired results. Apps themselves in some cases will become almost “invisible” to the user. What will be the business implications across the technology, media and telecommunications industry?
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