By Barry Libert
We have entered the post-computer age. The as soon as almighty laptop is quickly wasting relevance for either own and company use. what is riding this dramatic switch is cellular know-how. at the present time, extra humans on this planet have cellular units than have electrical energy or operating water. right here, during this short-form publication, know-how pioneer Barry Libert describes how the 2 elements of the cellular revolution - own cellular units (phones and capsules) and the net of items - are reworking our companies and our lives.
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No one can say with any certainty where it will all lead. But one thing is undeniable: for leaders, managers, and consumers, these are exciting times. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Barry Libert is a board member of and an angel investor in social, mobile, and big-data companies and a strategic advisor to CEOs and boards seeking to benefit from today’s technologies. He is also author or co-author of multiple books, including Social Nation, We Are Smarter Than Me, and Cracking the Value Code. com � Barry Libert All rights reserved.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Barry Libert is a board member of and an angel investor in social, mobile, and big-data companies and a strategic advisor to CEOs and boards seeking to benefit from today’s technologies. He is also author or co-author of multiple books, including Social Nation, We Are Smarter Than Me, and Cracking the Value Code. com � Barry Libert All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, in any form or by any means, without permission in writing from the publisher.
Enguage has developed a networked, sensor-based system that notifies the fire department when an extinguisher is blocked, removed from its location, or when its pressure falls below safe operating levels. This not only reduces the chances of a serious fire, it saves fire departments money and time poorly spent on universal extinguisher checks. Every organization should look for similar hidden cost and time-saving opportunities. Consider this: How could you employ mobile technology to alert you, or perhaps a partner, in the case of a product failure or malfunction?