Digital Disruption: Who Will be Left Standing?
Wednesday, January 18th | 2 p.m. ET | Register Now
Today, every business is a technology business. Some will win, some will lose, but digital disruption will affect every business on the planet. Understanding how to harness technology will be the difference, and is the key to both short and long-term success.
During this webinar we’ll look at three levels of digital disruption: global, industry and small business. We’ll discuss the historical significance, how this phenomenon goes as far back to the invention of the TV. We’ll explore different examples of disruption such as Uber vs. taxi cabs, Netflix vs. DVD rentals and AirBnB vs. hotels, and most importantly, we’ll look at how digital disruption of small to mid-sized businesses can help you jump in front of the competition in terms of market research, customer service, product development and launch, manufacturing, finance, security, etc.
Join Business Tech Talks and DynaSis on Wednesday, January 18th @ 2:00pm ET for our next webinar: Digital Disruption: Who Will be Left Standing?
During this webinar we will discuss:
- Three levels of digital disruption
- Both historical and current examples of digital disruption
- What it means to be a technology business
- How to succeed in this changing business climate
- Business Owners & Executives
- IT Managers and Administrators
Date: Wednesday, January 18, 2016
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 pm (ET)
Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6844827498980044546
About the Sponsor:
Business Tech Talks is a webinar series hosted by a group of nationally recognized Managed Service Providers (MSPs). All members provide comprehensive network management and support solutions in different regions across the United States. The goal of Business Tech Talks is to further educate business executives, decision makers, and IT professionals about key topics related to technology, as well as share our industry knowledge and best practices, and promote business innovation, growth and success.