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The tech ‘fit’ debate: Universal tech in a couture IT world

Technology advancements may be too much of a good thing for business environments unequipped to assimilate them. The slow adoption of analytics tech, for example, is primarily due to cultural barriers for 62 percent of companies surveyed in a recent report from SAS Institute Inc. Another 25 percent of businesses say lack of internal expertise and resources is the […] The post The tech ‘fit’ debate: Universal tech in a couture IT world appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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