#1 Computer power explosion
The exponential development of computing power is unchanged
#2 Internet boom
Internet penetration globally
700 million more internet users in Asia from 2010 to 2015
Broadband subscriptions in millions
#3 Mobile Source: http://www.slideshare.net/oukearts/10-business-models-of-our-time-beta
The mobile device will be the primary connection tool to the Internet for most people in the world in 2020.
Smartphone users in millions
More mobile internet users than desktop internet users in 2014
Tech cycles last 10 years
#4 Social media
Enterprise social networking
Thanks to cloud computing, robotics, 3G wireless connectivity, Skype, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, the iPad, and cheap Internet-enabled smartphones, the world has gone from connected to hyper-connected. This is the single most important trend in the world today.
Source: Thomas L. Friedman. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/14/opinion/sunday/Friedman-a-theory-of-everyting-sort-of.html
The worldâ€™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
Time Source http://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Business_Technology/Application_Management/Six_ways_to_make_Web_20_work_2294
#5 Location based services
#6 Flash selling
#7 Cloud computing
Hype cycle for emerging technologies
What is the cloud? Concepts
Explanation / examples
Servers. Storage capacity. Bandwidth.
Software development technologies like Java, .NET, Python, and Ruby on Rails which allow customers to start writing code quickly.
the largest and most mature part of the cloud. Example: Google Apps.
3 characteristics of cloud services 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 Itâ€™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.
#8 Some technologies driving education innovation
#9 Some technologies driving healthcare innovation
# 10 Some technologies driving banking innovation
# 11 Some technologies driving innovation in agriculture
# 12 Some technologies driving innovation in the distribution of music
People listen to music using the Internet
# 13 Brainstorming / Open Innovation / Crowdsourcing
# 14 Some technologies driving energy innovation
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
Energy monitoring devices
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
# 15 Some technologies driving transportation innovation