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Disruptive Technology is an innovation that disrupts an existing market, improve a product or service in ways that market does not expect, typically by reducing cost, increasing revenue, transforming business processes and developing new customer expectations.
The Constellation Orbits program ensures Constellation's early adopter and fast follower audience receives the most current and comprehensive disruptive technology research and analysis.
Wikis, collaborative web sites for storing and sharing data, may be the ultimate disruptive technology, spelling both the emblematic and literal end of the textbook, an event to be devoutly welcomed and applauded.
Being able to generate added sustaining or disruptive technology certainly makes business sense.
Competing firms may eventually fail without the relevant disruptive technology, even when such firms have previously dominated their industry.
While a customer-focused organization is usually a positive one, Christensen shows that major customers can inhibit a company's ability to deploy a useful, disruptive technology.
2 User equipment vendors LTE: a real disruptive technology and business opportunity?
And the fact that FC is a disruptive technology does not mean that it is fading into the financial community's sunset.
There is no more disruptive technology in storage today than object-based storage," said Goros.
To order this report: Wireless Technology Industry : LTE: a real disruptive technology and business opportunity?
Anticipating disruption: A disruptive technology creates or improves a product or service in a way that the market has not forecast or expected, either by improving performance, convenience, or ease of use of an existing product or service at a lower cost, or by serving an unmet customer need (or serving an existing need in a new and improved way).