June 26th, Culture Tereza Litsa Twitter Facebook Reddit LinkedIn Pinterest Social Media Week is a leading news platform and worldwide conference that curates and shares the best ideas and insights into social media and technology's impact on business, society, and culture. Remember the days before the Internet? Well, if you are over 25, you should have some vague memories on how life was back in the days with no Internet access.
Just look around you and you'll see how wired we are. Thanks to the Internetvirtually anything you desire can be delivered to your door in a matter of days. Personal information is more accessible over the Internet as well -- you can look up everything from a long-lost cousin to the registered sex offenders in your neighborhood.
You can even trade stocks or file taxes online. Parents don't need to lose sleep waiting for their teenage daughter to come home -- they can just call her cell phoneor send an unobtrusive text, to check up. But as much as our personal lives have changed, the business world has revolutionized almost beyond recognition in the past few decades.
Technology -- and we mean the advances in communication and information technology -- has changed the face and the pace of business.
As communication and information travels faster and faster, the world seems smaller and smaller, and this has large implications for the way we conduct business. Storing important in files on a computer rather than in drawers, for instance, has made information easily accessible.
Using e-mail allows businesses to communicate and send these files quickly to remote locations outside of an office. Many argue technology has blurred the line between professional and private lives.
Wireless Internetcell phones and BlackBerries have made it easy to work from home -- or for that matter, from the beach.
The fact that it's easy to work from the beach compels people to do so. On the flip side, people also feel compelled to use Internet access at work for personal reasons. In this way, technology allows workaholics to work and slackers to slack. So, exactly how has technology changed the way we do business?
In countless ways, but we'll highlight the major ones on the next page.A technological revolution 10 technologies that have dramatically changed the way we live Below: x Jump to You get grab cash from your bank account anywhere in the world, and use PayPal to buy. The internet and social media has drastically changed the way people all over the world interact and communicate.
How, you may ask?
One of the biggest changes in the way that we interact, due to social media networks, is the sheer number of people that we can interact with.
Ever since its discovery and adoption into our lives, social media has changed the way how we live, how we relate socially, and at times how we think. Technology has a . The world we live in today is ever changing with the advancement of technology in our daily aspect of life.
Technology has changed and improved the way we communicate and relate with each other, the way we shop, do businesses, the way we make plans for the future and has gone far by bringing the world closer than ever before.
The world of technology has massively changed over the last decade. We take a look at just how far we’ve come, with our top seven technology advancements list.
The world we live in today is ever changing with the advancement of technology in our daily aspect of life. Technology has changed and improved the way we communicate and relate with each other, the way we shop, do businesses, the way we make plans for the future and has gone far by bringing the world closer than ever before.