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    1. 1. Technological changes
    2. 2. # 1 Internet
    3. 3. Internet penetration globally Source www.internetworldstats.com
    4. 4. 700 million more internet users in Asia from 2010 to 2015 Source: https://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Marketing/Digital_Marketing/Riding_Asias_digital_tiger_2667
    5. 5. More mobile internet users than desktop internet users in 2014 Source: http://www.sherpalo.com/resources/INTERNET_TRENDS_RI_041210[1].pdf
    6. 6. Source http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/business_technology/disruptive_technologies
    7. 7. It took 20 years to bring the number of fixed Internet users to 2 billion, but only 5 years to bring the number of mobile Internet users to 1 billion. Source http://www.huawei.com/ucmf/groups/public/documents/attachments/hw_126991.pdf
    8. 8. # 2 Mobile
    9. 9. Source http://youtu.be/exSZDVXlBnc minute 13.
    10. 10. Source: http://www.sherpalo.com/resources/INTERNET_TRENDS_RI_041210[1].pdf
    11. 11. Large growth in global mobile traffic Source http://dupress.com/articles/making-open-innovation-work-in-mobile/
    12. 12. Source http://dupress.com/articles/making-open-innovation-work-in-mobile/ Strong growth in shipments of mobile electronic devices
    13. 13. Source http://www.gsmamobileeconomy.com/GSMA%20Mobile%20Economy%202013.pdf
    14. 14. Smartphone users in millions Source http://techcrunch.com/2010/03/05/global-smartphone-app-download-market-could-reach-15-billion-by-2013-report/
    15. 15. Source http://www.gartner.com/it/content/2313400/2313415/march_27_mobile_trends_njones.pdf
    16. 16. The mobile device will be the primary connection tool to the Internet for most people in the world in 2020. Source http://pewinternet.org/pdfs/PIP_FutureInternet3.pdf
    17. 17. We are seeing the emergence of mobile-only companies whose presence is singularly focused on mobile as opposed to the browser based Internet. Examples include Instagram and Uber. Source http://abovethecrowd.com/2013/07/17/transitioning-to-a-mobile-centric-world/
    18. 18. # 3 Computer power explosion
    19. 19. Source http://www.tse.org.tr/eoq2010/54.EOQCongressPresentations/3.%20Teh%20Impact%20of%20Global%20Trends%20on%20Innovation%20and%20Quality-%20Anni%20Koubek.pdf The exponential development of computing power is unchanged
    20. 20. Computing power doubles every 2 years on a price/performance basis. Today, a $400 iPhone 4 offers roughly equal performance to the CDC 7600 supercomputer, which was the fastest supercomputer in 1975 and cost $5 million at the time. Source http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/business_technology/disruptive_technologies p. 43.
    21. 21. Due to rapidly advancing technologies that have taken us from dial-up to fiber to the home (FTTH), it has taken a mere 20 years to increase bandwidth by more than 1,000 times. Source http://www.huawei.com/ucmf/groups/public/documents/attachments/hw_126991.pdf
    22. 22. # 4 Social
    23. 23. Source http://www.personalizemedia.com/garys-social-media-count/
    24. 24. Social networking
    25. 25. Enterprise social networking
    26. 26. Filesharing
    27. 27. The world’s largest internet companies Million users Source: http://faz-community.faz.net/blogs/netzkonom/archive/2011/01/20/google-chef-eric-schmidt-tritt-ins-2-glied-zurueck-larry-page-uebernimmt.aspx
    28. 28. # 5 Crowdsourcing
    29. 29. http://www.fixmystreet.com/ https://www.atizo.com/ http://www.threadless.com/ https://www.innocentive.com/ http://www.topcoder.com/ http://99designs.com/
    30. 30. https://delicious.com/frankcalberg/crowdsourcing
    31. 31. # 6 Location based services
    32. 32. https://foursquare.com/ http://www.shopkick.com/ http://www.vouchercloud.com/ http://www.checkpoints.com/
    33. 33. # 7 Cloud computing
    34. 34. Source http://www.forbes.com/sites/gartnergroup/2012/09/18/key-trends-to-watch-in-gartner-2012-emerging-technologies-hype-cycle-2/ Hype cycle for emerging technologies
    35. 35. Concepts Explanation / examples SaaS Software-as-a-Service The largest and most mature part of the cloud. Communication technologies. Example: Google Apps. PaaS Platform-as-a-Service Database. Webserver. Software development tools which allow customers to start writing code quickly. Examples: Java, .NET, Python, Ruby on Rails. IaaS Infrastructure-as-a-Service Servers. Storage. Network. What is cloud computing? Source http://hbr.org/2011/11/what-every-ceo-needs-to-know-about-the-cloud/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing
    36. 36. Source http://www.bain.com/publications/articles/the-cloud-reshapes-the-business-of-software.aspx SaaS is likely to penetrate almost all categories of software
    37. 37. Characteristic # 1 Customers rent cloud services. IT shifts from a capital expense to an operating expense. Characteristic # 2 Suppliers of cloud services are responsible for maintenance, administration, capacity planning, troubleshooting, and backups. Characteristic # 3 It’s fast and easy to get more from the cloud, for example more storage from an IaaS supplier, the ability to handle more PaaS projects, or more seats for users of a SaaS application. 3 characteristics of cloud services Source http://hbr.org/2011/11/what-every-ceo-needs-to-know-about-the-cloud/
    38. 38. Aliyun, Alibaba’s cloud computing arm, operates the largest cloud in China. Source http://contextchina.com/2013/06/taking-stock-of-alibabas-dominance-much-more-than-an-e-commerce-company
    39. 39. # 8 Internet of things
    40. 40. Tiny sensors and actuators, proliferating at astounding rates, are expected to explode in number over the next decade, potentially linking over 50 billion physical entities as costs plummet and networks become more pervasive. Source http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/high_tech_telecoms_internet/ten_it-enabled_business_trends_for_the_decade_ahead
    41. 41. # 9 Technologies driving education innovation
    42. 42. Social networking
    43. 43. Filesharing
    44. 44. http://www.slideshare.net/frankcalberg/11-advantages-of-using-a-blog-for-teaching
    45. 45. # 10 Technologies driving healthcare innovation
    46. 46. Sources http://curetogether.com/ http://www.dlife.com/ http://www.diabeticconnect.com/ http://e-patients.net/ http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/ http://www.myhealthstory.me/ http://www.patientslikeme.com/ http://www.webmd.com/ http://www.patienttranslations.com/
    47. 47. http://www.scribd.com/doc/36930956/Tips-to-deliver-health-care
    48. 48. # 11 Technologies driving banking innovation
    49. 49. https://delicious.com/frankcalberg/crowdfunding
    50. 50. # 12 Technologies driving innovation in agriculture
    51. 51. 15% of the world in extreme poverty actually represents a big improvement. 50 years ago, about 40% of the global population was poor. Then, in the 1960s and 1970s, in what is called the “Green Revolution,” Norman Borlaug and other researchers created new seed varieties for rice, wheat, and maize (corn) that helped many farmers vastly improve their yields. In some places, like East Asia, food intake went up by as much as 50%. Globally, the price of wheat dropped by 2/3. These changes saved countless lives and helped nations develop. Source http://www.gatesfoundation.org/annual-letter/2012/Pages/home-en.aspx
    52. 52. Currently, 4 million tons of rice are lost to flooding every year in Bangladesh and India. But as farmers in the region adopt Swarna- Sub1 rice, which is both very productive and can survive in flooded fields, they will grow enough extra rice to feed 30 million people. Source http://www.thegatesnotes.com/Personal/2012-Annual-Letter
    53. 53. A total of $3 billion per year is spent on researching the 7 most important crops:  USD 1.5 billion are spent by countries.  USD 1.2 billion are spent by private companies.  USD 300 million are spent by an agency called the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). Source http://www.thegatesnotes.com/Personal/2012-Annual-Letter
    54. 54. # 13 Technologies driving innovation in the distribution of music
    55. 55. People listen to music using the Internet
    56. 56. Source http://www.businessinsider.com/chart-of-the-day-music-industry-sales-2011-2
    57. 57. # 14 Technologies driving energy innovation
    58. 58. Solar panels Source http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/resources/res_pdfs/publications/trends/trends_sids/Trends_in_Sustainable_Development_SIDS.pdf
    59. 59. Stade de Suisse produces more solar power than any football stadium in the world Sources http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/specials/switzerland_for_the_record/world_records/The_worlds_greenest_football_stadium.html?cid=8683924 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTTwa3zIui8
    60. 60. Sources http://springwise.com/eco_sustainability/energymonitors/ http://www.efergy.com/pages/Shower-Time-Water-Saver/pgid-20591.aspx http://www.tendrilinc.com/products/vision/ http://www.timholley.de/ http://www.tii.se/static/poweraware.htm
    61. 61. # 15 Some technologies driving transpor- tation innovation
    62. 62. http://www.slideshare.net/frankcalberg/transportation-innovation

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