Posts Tagged ‘cloud‘

Computing in the Future (via The Economist)

The Economist published an interesting article recently in its Leaders, headed: “The era of predictable improvement in computer hardware is ending. What comes next?” Quotes: “A modern Intel Skylake processor contains around 1.75 billion transistors—half a million of them would fit on a single transistor

5 Trends Shaping the Future of Work

1) The millennial workforce, which is expected to comprise 50% of the workforce by 2020 and growing to 75% of the workforce by 2025. This is a generation of digital natives with new values, ideas, and expectations about work. 2) Mobility, which allows us to

Ultra intelligent electronic agents (UIEAs) provide a new level of competitive advantage to the enterprise because they help create a level of electronic advice and trust between your company and your customers and your employees. Even though the world is more and more technological, human

POL 2012: Gerd Leonhard – the Future of Business & Communications (by OlavstoppenVideo): The Future of Business & Communications. Social. Local. Mobile. Cloud. And why Data is the New Oil. Futurist and CEO of TheFuturesAgency Gerd Leonhard was the keynote speaker at the Olavstoppen POL

New Book: Taking the Crowd to the Cloud

Announcing the new book by TFA Partner Kelli Richards: “Taking the Crowd to the Cloud – Social Media for the Music Industry.” This book raises the bar and demystifies social media, helps you THRIVE in any economy and transforms your marketing mindset. It features 10

What Kind Of Future?

Found on Neil Perkin’s blog Only Dead Fish: “One of my favourite columnists John Naughton recently wrote an exceptional piece on the inadequacy of our national curriculum, and more specifically the part of the curriculum called ICT (‘Information and Communication Technology’), in equipping our children for