Thomas J. Watson, the founder of IBM, once said the worldwide demand for computers might total 10 machines. Later, the head of the world’s second largest computer manufacturer, DEC, asked, “Why would anyone need a computer in their home?” Today, the world already has billions of networked computers in everything from watches, to phones, to RFID tags on products. Every day, bandwidth, hardware, and software get faster, smaller, cheaper, smarter, and easier-to-use. What will the advance of this technology mean for our lives, our careers, and our businesses? What are the implications? We’ll explain.
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