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Digital – the word brings up so many ideas, simply because of the times we live in. It could mean the Internet you used to reach this post, or the computer you’re reading it on. It could mean a mobile phone, a tablet or a card reader. From a business perspective, it could mean a surge in sales – or a crashing enterprise.