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It’s a given that new trends in tech will pop up frequently and have an impact on business and society at large. Look at the way concepts like big data, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT) have quickly become a part of the current tech vernacular and are influencing business decisions across the board. This is the nature of our fast-changing times: as problems are continually posed to us, we turn to our advancing technology to provide the solutions.

It can seem daunting to have to endlessly keep up with the new trends, particularly for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) who are building their companies from the ground up — but this doesn’t have to be the case. In reality, most tech trends are actually previously established ideas in technology. The concepts themselves are not brand new, just presented in different ways and iterated on to suit current issues.

Once SMBs are mindful of this, it will be easier to handle the changes that businesses are bound to face as they continue to grow, and entrepreneurs will be able to better integrate new technological trends into their business models as a result of their deeper understanding of technology’s implications on their endeavors. Let’s walk through an example of one such a trend.

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