Web 1.0 was an early stage evolution focused on how users could connect to the web through the user interface. Web 2.0 emerged around 2004 and focused mainly on interactivity and collaboration through social media; it too has peaked.
Through the evolution of smart phones and the ongoing improvement of technology, Web 3.0 offers more solutions for browsing and enables consumers to browse application data from anywhere in the world.
Hassan Bawab will share how Web 3.0 started as merely a trend but is quickly becoming the standard.
Capitalizing on Web 3.0 requires providing a mobile experience to end-users. It also means more effective communication and ease of reach. Implementing a Web 3.0 strategy can ultimately lead to improved intelligence and customer engagement for organizations in any industry.