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  • 1. How has technology changed the way we conduct business?Yamada Kenji s1170041
  • 2. Outline• How has technology change our life?• Effects of Technology on Business• Internet Business
  • 3. How has technology change our life?• Technology affects almost every aspect of our lives. – Virtually anything you desire can be delivered to your door in a matter of days.• Personal information is more accessible – trade stocks or file taxes online. – e-mail allows businesses to communicate and send these files quickly to remote locations outside of an office. “Many argue technology has blurred the line between professional and private lives.”
  • 4. Effects of Technology on Business “As computers emerged in the 20th century, they promised a new age of information technology. “ But… in order to reap the benefits, businesses needed to adapt and change their infrastructure
  • 5. Effects of Technology on Business• Computers. – Offer companies organize databases, personal schedules and various other forms of essential information.• Outsourcing – The practice of hiring employees who work outside the company or remotely. – Controversial practice, and many believe that U.S. – Companies who take part are hurting the job market.• Radio frequency identification – Human RFID chip implants to enhance the security – Many people are about privacy issues
  • 6. Internet Business• What is business online  Online flight booking  Online bill pay  Sell product online.• Internet business Problem  Security  Privacy  Copyright
  • 7. Internet Business• Internet has changed business is through targeted advertising “If you were to plug the word “baking” into Google, you might click on a page from epicurious.com.”