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Disruptive tech.

  1. 1. Disruptive Tech<br />By Justin Cowan,<br />Nick Hoban,<br />Nicholas Yeager,<br />SimonaIskander<br />
  2. 2. The impact On The Current Software Products used by Corporations, Students, and Others<br />The Current Software will become obsolete<br />Why buy a laptop, blackberry/smart-phone, mp3, and etc?<br />Have it all in one hand-held device.<br />More cost effective and efficient to have all of it in one handheld device.<br />Drastic change to business world, education, medicine, and etc.<br />
  3. 3. The Winners and The Losers in This Transition<br />Winners:<br />Google, Oracle, and Motorola (Front Runners)<br />Apple, not as much and not as fast though<br />Losers:<br />Laptop Manufactures such as Dell, Hp, and anyone else who doesn’t produce a device up to the new Androids Standards<br />
  4. 4. Networking<br />The “Dock” will expand where people are able to connect to the internet with a laptop interface<br />People will no longer need:<br />Wi-Fi<br />Ethernet cables<br />Mobile hotspots<br />All they need is a cell phone signal<br />People will be able do business and socialize in a new way<br />All of their work will be able to be carried in a small mobile device <br />
  5. 5. The Near Future<br />People are always looking for the next big thing and the “Dock” is it.<br />I don’t believe that it will replace the laptop or desktop anytime soon.<br />Once the “Dock” is able to prove itself as a reliable device it will take its place with other portable computing devices. <br />
  6. 6. Organizations Plan<br />Companies always try to follow trends <br />Many might use the disruptive technology anyways<br />Competitors of the product will make better versions<br />Android and Microsoft are working together for support<br />Want the ability to run both platforms successfully <br />
  7. 7. Benefits to Corporations <br />Allows employees to have work saved on phone<br />Can eliminate the risk of losing work or reports from a hard drive<br />Will allow people to have laptop and phone combined instead of buying both<br />Saves money <br />More convenient <br />
  8. 8. What are the disadvantages?<br />Security problems<br />Compatibility issues between the software on the Android OS and Microsoft OS<br />People that need to use intense resource software frames cannot use it.<br />Software Developer<br />It Support person<br />Business Employee<br />There will be trouble replacing PC or Microsoft in the next 3 years, but there is a good possibility in the future.<br />
  9. 9. How will corporations need to change in how they view security and access to systems?<br />Android relies on Linux version 2.6 released in 2003 for core system services such as security.<br />Linux 2.6 has many security bugs that the Android OS will have to fix.<br />In Android’s Marketplace, applications are not evaluated by Google.<br />The iPhone also supports remote wipe. <br />The Android OS has neither of these features making it less secure.<br />Motorola is currently working to deliver a more secure OS for businesses.<br />It is more difficult to secure wireless connections than LANs.<br />A company cannot monitor an employee screen anymore.<br />The employee is more likely to go on forbidden websites.<br />
  10. 10. Sources<br />http://www.androidpolice.com/2011/02/28/motorola-readies-a-more-secure-android-platform-for-the-corporate-world/<br />http://gigaom.com/cleantech/gm-taps-google-android-for-beefed-up-chevy-volt-app/<br />http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=aaNxkUvBLWdM<br />http://blog.seattlepi.com/microsoft/2011/03/04/uh-oh-microsoft-android-is-coming-to-netbooks/<br />