In August 1991 a tall, skinny, eager and ignorant young me in my first and only work suit, arrived at my new job as a trainee in IT tech. support.
My first job was to setup my IBM PS/2 with its 80386 processor, 1Mb of RAM and 11″ black and white screen. 5 years later we were rolling out 80486 processors with 4Mb of memory, a 512Mb hard drive, a 14” in colour display that could handle 800 x 600 resolution, and a sound card.
Fast forward to today and my laptop has 12Gb of RAM, a solid state hard drive and a high definition 17” screen. It’s connected to a 23” 10 point touch display and plugged in to a network of billions of devices that span the globe.
We send 8,000+ tweets, upload 850+ photos to Instagram and send over 61,000Gb of data around the Internet every second and drones are carrying people.
We are living in a tech. revolution and the rate of change is increasing.
So, if you’re not going to leverage the best of today’s technology I have two questions for you.
WHY NOT and WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
Remember, you’re in a race and your smart competitors are already innovating to improve efficiency and deliver a superior customer experience.
And there are no prizes for last place
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