The digital transformation ecosystem in the age of disruptive innovation
Norberto Almeida de Andrade, Giuliano Carlo Rainatto, Ricardo da Silva Santana, Jucilene Moreira de Barros Faria, Wellington Fernando Bastos
Digital Transformation affects individuals, companies and societies as a whole. In particular, a rapid spread of digital technologies establishes a huge change of movement. It is essential that economies continually invest in developing digital infrastructures to meet existing and future demand. They use the foundation for many new services, applications, and business models. They are also crucial to supporting and enabling digital innovations that are transforming production, including in the context of Digital Transformation, Industry 4.0 and Disruptive Innovation. Ideally, these plans should address the main barriers to deploying high-speed networks and services and include measurable goals to meet the challenges associated with ensuring competition and investment. It is also important that these plans include goals related to key technical facilitators such as access to Internet exchange points and spectrum, among others. This article promotes a reflection on social, economic, and intergenerational management development, and a vision for developing, disseminating, and governing technologies in ways that foster a more collaborative, collaborative, and sustainable foundation in all of these transformations.