Over the next 10 years the amount of data we capture and store will grow to over 2,400 times the total memory capacity of every human brain on Earth. If we don’t want to be overwhelmed by this, we are going to have to re-invent how we process, explore and interact with data.
Many argue that GeoCities was the first social network—and could have come Facebook if Yahoo! had not bought it in 1999. This is not true. Geocities could not have become Facebook because two critical ways as to how society views the Internet were not yet in place.
What tablets are doing—in a big way—is providing the first mass-market platform for augmented reality. Those who want to take advantage of this new growing market need to realize this. Those who don’t will miss a whole market shift.
We often are asked about the risk of doing something new. However, what is the risk of NOT doing something new? Especially in a world filled with creativity and competition.
Jack Welch used to say, “Be Number 1 or Number 2 (or else get out of the market).” Does this same “Magic Number” apply in the information technology and software world (where innovation is continuous and Moore’s Law applies)?
We all know that mobile is exploding. A simple exploration of network data projections shows that we have entered the “Age of Enterprise Mobile Computing.” If your enterprise does not want to fall behind, it needs to begin immediately planning how to enable enterprise functions using mobile devices…