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Disruptive Technology


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Disruptive Technology

  1. 1. Disruptive Technology<br />Alex Rafferty<br />Rob Kryger<br />Ryan Sutphin<br />Scott Barnett<br />
  2. 2. The organization has to accept that this may happen<br />Start designing or modifying their technology to be compatible with the new disruptive technology<br />In order to plan for the inevitable event they have to accept and embrace the technology that will come out of it<br />Organizations and this Inevitable Event<br />
  3. 3. If the organization does not modify its own hardware and software for this new technology then it will be left behind<br />Employees that have the new technology will be incapable of completing their work due to the incompatibility of the systems<br />Organizations and this Inevitable Event<br />
  4. 4. There may be compatibility issues<br />The new technology may not have the software to run other types of software<br />The new Motorola docking station only has Firefox; Stevenson math classes use Math Lab which only runs on Internet Explorer<br />Those with the new Motorola technology will not have access to critical software for Stevenson students<br />Impact on Current Software<br />
  5. 5. If everyone switches to this new technology then the old software that was relied on will be obsolete because it cannot be used on the new system<br />Compatibility is the biggest problem along with some software becoming obsolete<br />This will create chaos within the school, organization, or company until it can be resolved<br />Impact on Current Software<br />
  6. 6. Disruptive technologies are not always disruptive to customers, and often take a long time before they are significantly disruptive to establish companies<br />Existing businesses are often reluctant to take advantage of it, since it would involve competing with their existing (and more profitable) technological approach<br />Who are the Winners and Losers<br />
  7. 7. Networking in general will become increasingly mobile <br />Considering everyone carries their phone around with them, with the advent of this new technology everyone will have their “computer” on them at all times<br />Wireless technology will become increasingly advanced and widely used<br />Along with increased mobility comes a greater use of and greater need for more advanced wireless technologies<br />Impact on Networking<br />
  8. 8. Crossover to The Cloud<br />Cloud-based sites and services are becoming more and more common. This new technology will greatly increase the use of The Cloud. Storing data on remote servers so it is accessible anywhere, from any device goes hand-in-hand with an increase in mobility and wireless technology. Smart phones don’t have enough memory to keep all that stuff when there are millions of apps to be downloaded, although I am sure storage space on smart phones will begin to increase dramatically.<br />Impact on Networking<br />
  9. 9. Security and Access to Systems<br />Corporations will need the MAC addresses of all their employees’ smart phones so that when someone accesses the network via their smart phone the company will be able to identify that device as one belonging to an employee<br />This will make it so that not just anyone can connect to the company’s network via their smart phone and have access to sensitive information <br />
  10. 10. Security and Access to Systems<br />Company user log-ins unique to each employee will also be important to have<br />This will prevent someone who has stolen an employer’s smart phone from being able to access the company’s network<br />MAC address filtering and user log-ins coupled with an IT department that keeps up-to-date and on top of all of the new security trends should provide adequate security even with the new technology<br />
  11. 11. Accessibility<br />Always have your files right at your fingertips<br />Save<br />Companies that supply desktops, phones, and or laptops to employees can cut costs<br />They can supply their employers with only a smart phone and that smart phone will be able to fit their needs. <br />Benefits to Corporations and Organizations<br />
  12. 12. Security<br />Sensitive information can be available to the public with a smart phone<br />Companies will need to create access codes or other means of security<br />Disadvantages<br />
  13. 13. Durability<br />It is extremely easy to break a phone<br />In my experience, phones break extremely easy. I usually have to purchase a new phone every year.<br />Laptops can last much longer. I have had the same one for a couple of years.<br />Laptops are much more durable due to the fact that they are not always taken everywhere with you.<br />Disadvantages<br />
  14. 14. Docking station uses Firefox<br />A lot of programs still only use Internet explorer<br />This may be a major problem for organizations that make electronic study systems. They will have to figure out a way to make their programs compatibility more flexible<br />It is already unacceptable that these programs cannot be used on Macs.<br />Compatibility<br />
  15. 15. Some technology will become obsolete<br />Laptops<br />Desktop computers<br />Regular phones<br />Everything you need will be stored and ran right from a smart phone, the size of a credit card. <br />Disadvantages<br />
  16. 16. We are likely to see similar disruptive changes throughout the years<br />Technology is changing extremely quickly <br />Every year technology is shrinking and becoming more mobile<br />It is very likely that this change, or one similar to it, will occur within the next five years<br />Within the Next Five Years<br />