What are the trade offs?
Traditional binary computers are still the best option to tackle the vast majority of tasks within your enterprise.
While unmatched in their power, quantum computers are expensive, difficult to maintain and still very early on in their development. Physically, maintaining the quantum state required to manipulate qubits requires an operating temperature close to absolute zero — a costly and complex undertaking in itself.
The other major challenge with quantum computing is a lack of tools to support development, as existing tools for binary computers will not work in a quantum computer. Traditional computing has existed long enough that all kinds of programming languages, tools and processes have been created to support developers. Once quantum computing technology can scale, these tools must be developed once more to support the new generation of quantum coders.