Noreen Nagji co-wrote this blog post with John DeSarbo.
This post is the first in a seven-part series examining top trends that are reshaping the high-tech industry.
Over the past two decades, technological innovations have forever changed how we create, share and consume information. We’ve transitioned from listening to cassettes and vinyl records at home to streaming music online everywhere. Gone are the days when students flipped through encyclopedias while writing research reports. Instead, kids today start every school project by first Googling their topics and reading Wikipedia. Parents no longer carefully pick and choose when to photograph family gatherings with analog film cameras. Preserving memories is as easy as pointing our smartphones and recording high-resolution videos that are instantly shared on social media. All of this has happened in a remarkably short period of time.Read More