Nov 9, 2012
Today, so much corporate time and effort is focused on adapting to new technological developments in the pursuit of satisfying the growing demands of customers, shareholders and employees.
Cloud services are the most popular for our clients right now due to their ability to tap into a nearly unlimited scale of computing power, storage, platforms, and software with the hope of lowering overall technology spending. Social media, and its role in rapidly transforming B2B and B2C interactions, is also a regular boardroom agenda item. Finally, mobile phone proliferation and advanced usage is quickly breaking down the traditional industry boundaries that have been with us for years and present new challenges to corporate strategy.
In decreasing timeframes, we will have moved from the “industrial age” to the “information age” and now to the “digital age”. Eventually we will reach a point that could well be described as the “post digital age”.
This paper focuses more on the marketplace 10-20 years from now when the developments referred to have fully converged and are a standard feature of business, irrespective of industry.
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