Digitalisation is the social transformation triggered by the mass adoption of digital technologies to generate, process, share, and transact information. Not only does digitalisation build on the evolution of network access technologies, semiconductor technologies, and software engineering, but it also leverages the effects resulting from their use (common platforms for application development, e-government services, e-commerce, social networks, and availability of online information).
The industries most disrupted by digitalisation are music, retail, media, and travel, but even traditional industries such as banking, agriculture, energy, health care, industrial goods, and manufacturing are increasingly going digital.
According to a 2015 survey, conducted by the Global Centre for Digital Business Transformation (DBT Centre), IMD and Cisco, in the next five years, digital disruption will displace at least an average of 4 of today’s top 10 incumbents in each industry.
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