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New technology and old ways

Does the implementation of new technology always mean the end of old ways of doing things? What are the dangers of continuing to do things the old way as well as using new technology to perform the same tasks?

Bringing in new technology may require a company to form alliances with new business partners. What risks might this pose to a business?

Is it risky for a company to introduce new technology into its processes if its customers are happy with the current processes?

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The implementation of new technology does not mean that it is the end of the old way to doing things necessarily. A lot of the time new and old ways combine to make a much better and more efficient way of doing something. However, businesses need to make sure that they are not using old and new processes to accomplish the same tasks. While there are certain parts of tasks that can be performed by old technology and new technology, they need to be separated because if they are not, staff needs to ...

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Does the implementation of new technology always mean the end of old ways of doing things? What are the dangers of continuing to do things the old way as well as using new technology to perform the same tasks?

Bringing in new technology may require a company to form alliances with new business partners. What risks might this pose to a business?

Is it risky for a company to introduce new technology into its processes if its customers are happy with the current processes?

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