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And, in turn, adaptation for new and evolving use cases will be a critical differentiator moving forward. It’s important to note that this is no longer just a technology discussion, and the lens must zoom out to consider changes to the entire business model.

I don't know the meaning of this "critical differentiator moving forward" and "is no longer just a technology discussion" I know the meaning of each word but I have problem in the meaning of whole sentence.

  • It's just a verbose / abstruse way of saying the ability to adapt to changing circumstances will make a big difference in the future (when hopefully our "adaptive technology" will stand out from the competition because it's different). – FumbleFingers Reinstate Monica Feb 22 '16 at 14:03
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And, in turn, adaptation for new and evolving use cases will be a critical differentiator moving forward. It’s important to note that this is no longer just a technology discussion, and the lens must zoom out to consider changes to the entire business model.

I've reworded these part below:

And, in turn, adaptation for new and evolving use cases will be a critical differentiator as we move forward. It’s important to note that this is no longer just a discussion about technology, and the lens must zoom out to consider changes to the entire business model.

Hope it helps!

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