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Vox populi A generic name for a term that has been recently incorporated into the argot of a particular field
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Disruptive technology is of particular interest to information professionals because it constantly changes our industry and profession.
The disruptive technology played a focal role in Internet of things, mobile broadband, smartphones, cloud computing, social networking and a number of wide technological spheres.
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.
Perhaps the answer is disruptive technology. Whatever the reason for Florida to establish virtual schools, it is clear that distance education and virtual schooling are disrupting traditional education, and this may be a good thing.
Innovative technologies are constantly introduced to the dynamic IT market, but, every once in a while, a disruptive technology comes along, which transforms the way the industry views the market place.
Please join us to discuss how disruptive technology can accelerate client acquisition by mapping the senior partners and executive committee's relationships to prospective clients.
Disruptive technology is rapidly advancing, its impact has a broad scope and it has a significant and profoundly changing effect on the global economy.
This paper first examines the theory of disruptive technology innovation and the future of the academic library and then presents an overview of a library model created specifically for an experimental new community college started in 2012 by the City University of New York (CUNY).
IES invites you to a special presentation by Fred Oberkircher, IES past president, entitled "The IES and Disruptive Technology in the Lighting Industry." Some of the learning objectives include comparing significant metrics used, analyzing the current state of evolving disruptive technology and predicting the effects of these disruptions on the future of light.
At a recent industry gathering, while asking a supplier about one of what, to me, appeared to be the latest disruptive technology we were having difficulty working our way through, he commented that it was in fact just one of a slew of new "enabling" technologies available to the industry.
Disruptive technology is an innovation that undermines conventional processes in an industry, not necessarily one that damages the natural or social environment, though it might.