Technology is an increasingly crucial element of business models. Nick Elverston and Amanda Hale of law firm Ashurst explore key questions when preparing a digital strategy.
Whether in financial services, infrastructure, property, or even farming, every business now needs to have a digital strategy. Wrist bands tell us how fit we are, you can sit at home and watch movies streamed over the internet and when you want to go out you can use an app on your smart phone to hail a taxi.
Digital services have seeped into every area of our lives and any business still searching for a way to deliver its service digitally could already be at a significant disadvantage. As Ronan Dunne, the former chief executive of O2 Telefonica n
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