What You Didn’t Realise About The Technological Revolution

Posted on Jul 30 2015 - 10:27am by Editor

Blink and you miss it. That is how quickly technology has become an integral part of society in the twenty-first century. In fact, if you are from a certain generation, you won’t be able to remember a time without computers they are now that ubiquitous. But, do we know as much about the technological revolution? In a moment it will become apparent that we don’t know as much as we like to think.

1. Computers Are The Most Important Part Of The Economy

Not just the odd laptop or desktop that PC World sells on a daily basis. The importance of computers has gone way past the point of ease and accessibility. Now, the world’s economy depends on them because the biggest conglomerates in the world depend on them. The Fortune 500 companies and the FTSE 100 companies are completely digital. Even the backup is to store information on alternative servers, which is just the same method.

2. Technology Is The Biggest Threat To Business

Technology has played its part to make business bigger and better than ever before. But, it is not going to stop there because it could be the end for business as well as the beginning. New technology will change the way everyone does business, and everyone will have to adapt and survive.

3. Privacy Does Not Exist

Cyberspace is one big mass of information that anyone can view at the click of a button. If you use a computer, which you inevitable do, sensitive info is somewhere out there. All it takes is the right person to access and view it.

After reading this, I hope you are more sensitive to the situation. If you want more information, look at this infographic to find out more.

Infographic By The Work Place Depot