What three technologies will revolutionize your industry over the next 10 years?

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In a recent interview with the SearchCIO team, Georgia Papathomas, CIO of Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals, was asked which technologies will revolutionize her industry or the way we do business. Her response:
  1. Cloud
  2. Data management
  3. Mobility
That got us thinking....What three technologies do you think will revolutionize your industry over the 10 years?

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  • Genderhayes
    The chip 3d and self driving cars all I am hearing about
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