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As much as anything, it’s a stark reminder that disruption doesn’t give a crap about legacies. This is something that I have seen again and again in my twenty years as an entrepreneur in network infrastructure, Web-based services and mobile applications…

…However, there is a paradoxical truth. Although disruptive change takes far longer to occur than most people account for, once it kicks in, it steamrolls incumbents faster than they can course-correct.
cc Dimon, Pandit, Hester, etc, etc…
(via HP, Dell and the paradox of the disrupted — Tech News and Analysis)

As much as anything, it’s a stark reminder that disruption doesn’t give a crap about legacies. This is something that I have seen again and again in my twenty years as an entrepreneur in network infrastructure, Web-based services and mobile applications…

…However, there is a paradoxical truth. Although disruptive change takes far longer to occur than most people account for, once it kicks in, it steamrolls incumbents faster than they can course-correct.

cc Dimon, Pandit, Hester, etc, etc…

(via HP, Dell and the paradox of the disrupted — Tech News and Analysis)

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