Hardware vs. software: Where is the next wave of...

| October 10, 2016

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In the application economy, innovation is everything. To successfully conceptualize new digital initiatives, you will need to have a good idea of where the next big innovation is coming from. There are a great many factors affecting how the tide of innovation ebbs and flows but one of the most important to consider is the relative importance of hardware and software. Doubtless, the future will be software-driven but the relationship between hardware and software is changing in fascinating ways. The future will be defined by the new ways in which hardware and software are powering each other. Taking a nuanced view of this relationship could be the difference between success and failure.

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