The Present Future of Digital Technologies

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Presentation by DJ Chuang at a Leadership Network (http://Leadnet.org) collaborative event 4/3/2014 + http://djchuang.com + http://SocialMediaChurch.net

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The Present Future of Digital Technologies

  1. 1. DJ Chuang SocialMediaChurch.net
  2. 2. New generic top-level domains (gTLDs), aka domain extensions 700+ new gTLDs are launching during the next 2-3 years Most popular so far: .GURU, .BERLIN, .PHOTOGRAPHY, .TIPS, .TODAY, .EMAIL Domain names ending in .BIBLE, .CHURCH Shorter, meaningful, memorable
  3. 3. LMS: Learning Management Systems (Blackboard, Coursera, Moodle) MOOCs: Massive Open Online Courses Khan Academy Webinars Online conferences MinistryGrid, RightNow Media
  4. 4. 550+ churches with online worship 105+ churches with Internet campuses
  5. 5. 1,190 1,000 300 250 232 181 150 70 50 Facebook YouTube Google+ SoundCloud Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Pinterest tumblr Millions Active Monthly Users on Social Media
  6. 6. Web conferences (GotoMeeting, WebEx) Video calls (Skype, Google+ Hangout, Zoom.us) Groupware: Google Docs, Sharepoint Cloud drives: Dropbox, OneDrive ChMS: Fellowship One, Rock RMS
  7. 7. New TechnologyCurrent Technology Current Programs New Opportunities
  8. 8. New TechnologyCurrent Technology Current Programs New Opportunities
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  13. 13. What is your context & opportunity? How to stay informed? How to choose between options? Who will oversee technology strategy & use? How will you measure success? What is the duration of your tech life cycle? Mission drives tech choices, not other way around

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