"Technology is stuff which doesn't work yet. Once it works, it stops being technology" Douglas Adams.
When cars were new, lots of garages sprung up to service them. Now cars work and those garages have pretty much gone. 7 year warranties, 20,000 mile service intervals and modular construction have seen to that.
The same is happening with computers. What was once a complex purchase involving choice of chip, graphics card, memory etc. is now a simple monthly rental for a throwaway device in your pocket.
The same is happening with software. Complex end-to-end suites are giving way to simple apps. Connecting these together is drag and drop and the complex, high power computing is done in the cloud.
ICT is now as old-fashioned and relevant to the modern world as a livery stable is to modern transport.
The scaling you should be doing to ICT is downwards. Instead of sitting there offering one-to-one advice, create an app. Or a technology chooser. Something, ideally, which let's people choose for themselves instead of the patriarchal "we know what's best for your business".