Sometimes I get completely dumbfounded at the pace of technological innovation. Rummage into some of the latest stories in the world of technology, odds are high that ongoing inventions would leave you stunned. And being a tech-freak, I must confess, nothing else in life gives me an adrenaline rush than bright evolving ideas, particularly in the field of information technology.
Disruptive technologies such as Internet of Things (IOTs) and cloud computing have created enormous opportunities for global organizations. They have changed the way global corporations conduct business. According to the Australian government, disruptive technologies could generate up to $625 billion through economic activities every year by 2030 in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region alone.
The only thing predictable in any business is unforeseen risk. Risks come in many types. Manufacturing companies stay exposed to supply chain risks, while financial institutions are vulnerable to regulatory changes and wide gyrations in markets. Besides, risks emanating from social and political upheavals, terror attacks, and natural disasters also keep managements on tenterhooks.