Over the last 10 years, what has been the biggest game-changer in your field?

Digital Innovation, General Biggest game changer would be the increase in support and spending for IT Security staff and tools.

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Biggest game changer would be the increase in support and spending for IT Security staff and tools.

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Somewhere around 2013-2014 the whole cloud migration business started taking off in a big way. I built a digital business from 2010 to 2017 in a global organization. Around that time, it was clear to me that the next big wave is going to be the impact of artificial intelligence, especially the modern, deep learning-driven AI driven by neural networks and the power of the modern GPUs to drive adoption of deep learning technologies.

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Even in emerging markets like India, 5G is definitely a game-changer. There is a lot of latency with the data intensive, especially as it matters to the logistics industry. So that would be a game changer for e-commerce and logistics. 2020 is a year that we are hoping that it will come. I think the infrastructure is in place, but they are still testing out the technology.

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As an investor, who is specifically focused on B2B SaaS, the migration to the cloud was the big catalyst. We're starting to see this macro transition across legacy organizations in all industries.