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As technology continues to transform and disrupt today’s business and consumer landscape with the rapid adoption of big data, cloud, and mobile technologies connecting consumers, companies, and governments alike — it will transform every industry over the next several years. If companies in the high-technology industry are to play a major role in enabling this process, they must transform themselves as well. That means developing the capabilities they will need to help their customers thrive in a fully connected world, while learning how to scale those customer solutions up to entire industries.
This will require technology companies to redefine themselves as a part of a significantly more open and inclusive environment, one that will favor broad ecosystems of partners and collaborators, and to adjust their operations and global supply chains to take account of these new ecosystems.