The year 2020 defied predictions, and it certainly caused some unexpected trends in digital transformation. It caused some technologies that had been underway for years to gain speed, and moved others that were still in their infancy center stage. Looking toward 2021, Daniel Newman, principal analyst of Futurum Research and CEO of Broadsuite Media Group, sees continuity – and predicts a few surprises — as the much-changed world of work and life drives new and different technology demands.
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Daniel Newman is principal analyst at Futurum Research, CEO of Broadsuite Media Group and a regular contributor to Forbes and Entrepeneur.
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