Posted by Hezi Saar on August 30, 2012
The world continues to change in front of our eyes. The things that were considered essential a decade ago are now obsolete.
Latest research from Virgin Media Business suggests that Landline phones in offices will be replaced by smartphones. The research says that 65% of the Chief Information Officers interviewed said that the desk telephone is likely to become redundant while the dominance of smartphone grows.
Furthermore, 62% of the CIO’s that were interviewed pointed out that also desktop computers are the next item to disappear from the office.
What will we be doing then? As always technology advancements allow us to increase productivity and have an easier and better access to information. Laptops, Ultrabooks provide a good alternative to desktops with the convenience of portability. Smartphone provide the ability to be reached everywhere.
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I started my career as an R&D engineer for embedded systems, then transitioned into applications engineering and product marketing roles in the semiconductor industry. With my systems knowledge, I have led many IC design wins that have enabled portable applications such as cellular phones, digital cameras and eBooks.
What intrigues me about the mobile electronics market is how rapid technological innovations, economic forces and changing consumer preferences drive market direction. Let’s explore these developments together.
– Hezi Saar