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9781466601345 Disruptive technologies, innovation and global redesign; emerging implications.
From AOL's Arianna Huffington, to Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales, to O'Reilly Media's Tim O'Reilly, to Actor Richard Dreyfuss, Disruptive Technologies brings AmericaFree.
Remember: Disruptive technologies don't necessarily have to be radically new: "Disruption is the fundamental mechanism that makes products and services inexpensive, convenient, and simple to use.
Like most disruptive technologies, storage networking was initially viewed as an interesting approach applicable to particular niche markets.
These disruptive technologies change the nature of their industry and the viability of firms not using the disruptive technologies.
Although disruptive technologies are usually cheaper, smaller, and more convenient to use, it often takes time for them to mature to the point of meeting the performance needs of major customer groups.
This EMA paper describes key steps that CIOs can take to ensure business relevance in this age of disruptive technologies and evolving "best practices.
And like other disruptive technologies, it will take time to have an effect.