One of the biggest drivers of global consolidation is the increasing ubiquity of information technology. Thirty years ago, only the elite in North America, Europe, and Japan had computers. By 2011, as many as three billion people — half the world’s population — will have access to the World Wide Web. We’ve previously discussed some of the broader implications. But what will it mean specifically for the information technology sector? We’ll explain.
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