Category Archives: Predictions

The Death of Knowledge Worker and the Rise of the Knowledge Networker

Why Knowledge workers era of supremacy is over ? 1- Speed of change today: An individual or self-contained group of individuals may know all the vital facts of their field in this very instant, but the speed of change can … Continue reading

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The Fall Of Once Great Companies

In technology, you can always trace the fall of once great companies to a point in time when they seemed unassailable and/or were at a clear inflection point but missed the opportunity. The problem for companies is the market has … Continue reading

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Hardware Will Take a Backseat to Software — Perhaps for Good

Cloud computing is the single biggest reason …… This year – 2012 – will be one of the worst years in recent memory for new products. It’s not that manufacturers aren’t trying; it’s just that hardware innovation has taken a … Continue reading

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Living in the Future

Thinking deeply about open source and the internet got me thinking big ideas about the internet as operating system, and the shift of influence from software to network effects in data as the key to future applications. I was following … Continue reading

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Why Google Will Fail ?

Search – Google like search – is dying (outdated/static content). More people are relying less on google as they “discover” content from other sources. For example, they are using their friends to search for things. i.e. social networks i.e. Facebook. … Continue reading

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The Death of Firefox

It is a world of Apps not Extensions. Firefox doesn’t have an app ecosystem or a loyal core of developers. Extensions? Those were worth bragging about in 2005, but in 2012 the story is apps. The idea of branded browsers … Continue reading

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Great Internet Boom of 2011 vs great crash of 2001

The market wasn’t nearly as big as anticipated and the products were not nearly as good as imagined–at the time. When Netscape peaked in the late 90s, we had 90 percent market share and 50 million users. The total Consumer … Continue reading

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Hyprid: the Buzzword of 2011

All are preparing for a new management tool that will allow customers to oversee both on-premises and cloud-based services. Hyprid: joining and managing public and private Cloud via one product. Hyprid products:- Microsoft: Concero. VMware: vCenter Operations product. Amazon: VPC … Continue reading

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Comment on: Poll: With wireless docking, will smartphones replace many laptops?

Yes, because of the Cloud Mobiles, PCs, Notebooks, Tablets are just tools to get you to your applications and data which will be in the Cloud. And mobiles with wireless docking technology will be the popular choice because of its … Continue reading

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Mobile Apps, the New Paradigm Shift

Advantages of mobile Apps over others. They can get things done: – anywhere – anytime – on any device Business applications to go mobile: Redesign the fundamental architecture for delivering apps? Client-Server (and Browser-Server) architecture is dead. Mobile Apps is … Continue reading

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