2018 Trends for Technology CXOs
Top strategies for growth and managing risk
Many forces will impact technology companies in 2018 as the industry continues on a positive growth trajectory. We have highlighted some of the major trends and issues that tech company CXOs should be aware of as they navigate the potential opportunities that disruption brings.
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- The Tax Cut and Jobs Act is a mixed bag for tech companies
- M&A activity should ramp up significantly
- Blockchain is the next big thing
- Cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs) are here to stay
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