impact of technology
Can we live without technology
What global impact does technology that is making on the country?
Technology, in particular high-speed internet, are changing the way companies do business, transforming public service delivery and democratizing innovation. With 10 percent increase in high speed Internet connections, economic growth increases by 1.3 percent.
What are some changes in businesses that are the result of changing technology?
That the internet is sending direct delivery’s orders and everything else with it its quick drop off and pick up.
What are advantages to the newer technology
New technology creates efficiencies in the business world in terms of customer satisfaction and higher levels of innovation and profitability.
when u evaluate the risk and advantages do they overweigh each other?
Is unmeasurable, we use technology in different ways and some times the way we implement various technologies ends up harming our lives or the society we leave in. What we call modern technology is technically not so new in most cases. For example, mobile phone technology has evolved with years, now days we use smart phones which have been an advancement of an ordinary mobile phone.
Why is the global impact on technology changing the world?
''The Global Information Technology Report 2012 is a special project within the framework of the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Global Competitiveness and Performance and the Industry Partnership Programme for Information Technology and Telecommunications Industries. It is the result of a collaboration between the World Economic Forum and INSEAD."
what are some of the changes that have happened in the past few years with regards to technology?
. Internet for All – Ten years ago many offices in need of dedicated Internet resources or wide area networks were dependent on expensive leased lines or slightly cheaper ISDN, these same cheap and fast Internet connections, along with a technology called VOIP (voice over Internet protocol), have emerged to all but destroy the old way in which telephone calls are placed