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PwC: Top 10 Technology Trends for Business report
February 3, 2013
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
In its 2013 Top 10 Technology Trends for Business report released recently, PwC US reveals the most significant trends in technology that are reshaping strategies, business models, and enterprise investments this year.
According to PwC, some of the significant trends will impact businesses this year:
- Pervasive Computing: The ability to digitally engage and interact (via your mobile devices) with enabled objects around you
- Cyber Security: Continues to be a pressing issue, as technology enabled processes increasingly underpin and fuel the global economy
PwC’s Advisory professionals help organizations improve business performance, respond quickly and effectively to crisis, and extract value from transactions. We understand our clients’ industries and unique business challenges, and look across the entire organization — focusing on strategy, structure, people, process and technology — to help clients build their next competitive advantage. See www.pwc.com/us/consulting for more information or follow us @PwCAdvisory.
Chris Curran, a PwC principal and Chief Technologist for the U.S. firm’s Advisory practice comments:
“Our top trends report shows that a diverse and complex set of technologies are emerging, which CIOs and the C-suite need to embrace and incorporate into their business from strategy through execution,” he said. “Collaboration within organizations will be crucial to business success as each of the technologies has the potential to be a key driver in an organization’s business agenda.”