Implementing new technologies in part involves change management. The entire organization must be a stakeholder in this change. It often affects more than one individual because it touches an entire group of workers. The difficulty often lies in human resources management rather than in the technological aspect of the change.
A number of technologies can add a lot, but the individuals must also be willing to change the way they do things. There are a few examples of that. In journalism, access to the product and the content have to be changed. For information media, how the rights are attributed needs to be changed somewhat. In medicine, the way people work with confidential information must be changed.
Often, the way things are done prevents things from moving forward, more often than the rules or individuals.