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Highly advanced technologies such as blockchain, AI, IoT, and quantum computing are poised to reshape tech companies. Explore BCG’s latest thought leadership on the tech industry for insights into the future of technology innovation.


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How Field Service Organizations Can Benefit from Augmented Reality

Technicians can do their work faster, and with fewer errors, with the help of augmented reality. But companies seeking to leverage this technology must go in with a game plan: study your technicians’ various work environments, and create individualized and adaptable solutions.

Taking the Risk Out of Digital Projects

Agile is powerful, but it isn’t suitable for every digital project. If the company’s technology architecture isn’t decoupled, or if project dependencies are high, a hybrid approach makes sense.

BCG on Technology, Media, and Telecommunications

Disruptive technologies and convergences of digital thinking are revolutionizing the technology, media, and telecommunications industries.

Why Software PMIs Need to Get Agile

Why Software PMIs Need to Get Agile

There’s a startling disconnect between how companies view their M&As and what they actually achieve. But by taking an agile approach, they can create greater value—faster.

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity and business strategy should be linked at every level, from the board and C-suite, to individual people, processes, and systems. Browse the collection to learn more.

Understanding Trends in Software and the Cloud

Understanding Trends in Software and the Cloud

The Cloud Should Be Lean

The Future of On-Premise Software

Globalization - Unpacking the US−China Tech Trade War

Unpacking the US−China Tech Trade War

Even if the US and China reach a deal in their current tariff dispute, the bilateral technology trade relationship is unlikely to return to the old status quo.

The Economic Case for Bringing Broadband to the Rural US

The Economic Case for Bringing Broadband to the Rural US

Roughly 23 million Americans lack high-speed internet service. Using a mix of technologies, operators could connect them for far less than the cost of any individual technology—increasing access to education and health care and boosting economic growth into in the bargain.

Why Technology Matters

Conventional wisdom holds that the powerful effects of technology can’t be seen in economic metrics. But “technology intensity” shows precisely why technology matters to a company’s bottom line.

Technology Industries in India

The Indian Digital Divide

The Indian Digital Divide

Digitalization today is creating a divide between digital leaders and laggards. While digital leaders have started to see business benefits from the application of digital, laggards are falling behind on various dimensions of digital maturity. BCG conducted a global survey covering over 2000 companies in Europe, the US and India to measure digital maturity across 37 dimensions. Comparison between leaders and laggards indicates that leaders have started to see tangible business benefits from digital in the areas of customer satisfaction, product quality and sales growth. While true digital leaders have advanced in all dimensions, the study finds 5 differentiating factors that distinguish leaders from laggards and provides recommendations on how laggards can catch up with leaders.

Decoding Digital @ Retail: Winning the Omni-channel Consumer with Digital in Retail

This publication was released by BCG in association with RAI. India's digital revolution requires retailers to re-think their consumer value proposition and align their business models. This report explores the trends that will shape retail, the new realities in digital retailing and key imperative for companies to win in the digital world.

The $250 Billion Digital Volcano: Dormant No More

Digital adoption in India has been growing rapidly. The country’s internet economy is expected to double to become USD 250 billion by 2020. India’s digital economy will have a much broader influence beyond the direct economic impact.

The Power and Limits of AI An Interview with IBM’s David Kenny

The Power and Limits of AI

David Kenny, the head of IBM’s Watson, discusses smart ways for companies to use artificial intelligence.

The Imperative for Reinvention in Technology

Surprisingly, the technology industry as a whole underperforms other sectors. BCG’s Derek Kennedy explains how companies can reinvent themselves in three ways to combat this trend.

Business Model Innovation: Beating Yourself at Your Own Game

How did Uber upend the massive and entrenched taxi industry, and what can legacy companies learn from this example? Stefan Gross-Selbeck distills the unique qualities of today’s most successful startups and shares strategies for replicating this spirit of hyper-innovation and disruption in any business.

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