Technology in the modern world of today is nothing less than fantastic. For men, technology brings out the little boy inside that is filled with wonder and excitement. Women have embraced the modern world of technology, faster and to a deeper level than their male counterparts.
Few men are a match for a woman texting on her droid while emailing her year-end reports to the CEO. Few segments of our lives have not been impacted by the viral spread of technology. You can’t walk into a fast food restaurant and place an order or get your change back without observing a PC type unit that handles the order, alerts inventory control, records accounts receivable and accounts payable of impending impacts on the bottom line.
It’s all about emerging technology is a modern world that spreads from sea to sea and recognizes no borders.
Young and old are adopting technology through soon to be obsolete PCs and touch screen automobiles and even refrigerators that keep track of food items for the home’s inventory and grocery ordering module. Let’s look at the rise of the Internet. From its modest beginnings at the mouth of the information technology river to the massively robust communication animal of today, information technology is as commonplace today as yesterday’s hand-held calculator.
Truly the modern world has caused even old-timers to move with the times, albeit at a very basic level. For many people throughout the universe, the Internet has become a melting pot in ways that surpass any limited thinking related to cultures and language barriers. The reality of modern world technology is the Internet is rapidly morphing language and sound and light into a type of universally understood new language.
Visit any country and you will find an Internet cafe, even if you have absolutely no grasp of the local language. Internet technology is just one facet of modern life but one would be deeply challenged to find any other single application of technology that is as widespread and universally accepted. Internet technology is about meeting people.
It’s about sharing information about news and sports and history and entertainment and all cerebral points in between. Let’s say you were in a skiing accident with two serious sprains that required you to stay inside for 30 days. As long as you had access to Internet technology you could handle all of life’s necessities with just the tips of your fingers.
For example, if you need food, you’ll be able to order it on the Internet. If you need someone to stop by to fill your prescriptions and then deliver them back to your door, you can tap out your orders directly to the Internet.
We’re talking, food, drink, meds, companionship, and even medical assistance if you need it. And how about the opposite side of the coin so to speak. Our examples have been mostly individualized toward creature comforts and favorite pastimes.
But how about your entrepreneurial pursuits? For example, wouldn’t it be possible to run a company completely by way of the Internet? Is not Internet technology flexible and adaptable enough to handle the operations of most types of businesses?
It would be unusual for anyone to answer those questions with anything but a resounding YES! Whether your business is washing and polishing cars or baking fine cakes for royalty, if your business is to be profitable for the long term, Internet technology must play a role.