Life After Disruption

Abstract:Innovative technology can be highly disruptive to current workflows, especially when that new technology is first introduced. Many workplaces struggle to integrate new technology that will improve quality of life and cut down on costs, often because many systems would be involved in the overhaul. However, in waiting for new technology to fully mature and become cost effective, the process for integrating technology becomes much simpler. A great example of this is digital storage of data, which was very expensive and difficult to fully implement when it was first created. After many decades, digital storage has become much more ubiquitous across the globe and much cheaper, making it a logical and safe choice for implementing into …

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