Many kind of future technology out there are in their research phases. Business leaders are equally accountable for the successful design and delivery of technology work. Their satellites orbit the Earth 16 times a day and are already being used by organisations like The British Antarctic Survey to provide internet access to very extreme of our planet.
Rather than seeing them as a threat, Airbus recognises that future technologies give us a competitive advantage as we shape the future of flight. And finally, instead of being specialized technologists, technology workers can become collaborative cocreators of business value.
Access to the technology alone is not enough; even in countries where a large majority of the population has access, the literacy and skills needed to capture digital gains are sometimes limited. It is anticipated that big data in 2017 will undergo major advancements, which will help the marketers to humanize and seek empathetic, qualitative bits of data for projecting it in a more visualized manner.
In the future all of our knowledge, our experiences, our data will be held in personal cloud storage accessible via voice control from our Smartphones. As our rate of technological innovation accelerates, it is vital to understand the nature of technological change, its directions and possible impacts for humanity.
The massive digitalization of our society means the seniors of tomorrow will view technology as a real solution to maintain their autonomy and health. Even consulting firms are looking for embedded specialists, engineers and technicians to provide trained professional for corporations and government agencies looking for people with training or network security training.