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Technology Timeline

Info Systems Final

Rachel Cascio

on 8 March 2013

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We know where we've been The Technological
Revolution Origins 1980's
PC Revolution 1990's
Internet Revolution 2000's
Mobile & Wireless Revolution In 1947 the transistor was invented
Fundamental building block to most modern electronics
Paved the way for computers
In 1950s and 1960s only the government and military had computer systems During the 1980s but who knows where we'll go 2010's
Cloud Computing &
Social Media Revolution Cloud Bibliography Images
http://www.123rf.com/photo_10413553_light-bulb-with-grass-only.html In their earliest forms, computers Millions were sold to people for personal use Computers entered the workplace took up an entire room By the late 1980s Many businesses became dependent upon
computers to operate Many jobs required some prior
computer knowledge Backbone
Systems ERP ECM SCM CRM Enterprise Resource Planning Enterprise Content Management Customer Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Expensive, long-term projects
Structured Data
New versions of projects examples include: catalogs, transcripts, registration data Unstructured Data (blogs, social media, comments, etc.)
Organize information
Compromises for majority of information (as 90% is unstructured)
Important to have in case of lawsuit Model for managing interactions with customers
Provides statistics & data on customers (including sales, geography, marketing, etc.)
Originally stored on hard drives; today, often cloud-based Includes all logistics in process of moving from raw materials to finished products
Includes relationships with suppliers 2013
Big Data Revolution Google Analytics E-Commerce E-Mail .com Era Wireless
Networks Cellphones PANs Personal Area Networks
30 foot range
2.4-2.5 GHz
Example: Bluetooth LANs Local Area Networks
100 ft range
Examples: Wifi and hotspots MANs Metropolitan Area Networks
30 mile range
Example: Wi-Max WANs Wide Area Networks
1G, 2G, 3G, 4G 1G & 2G transfer voice 3G transfer voice + data 4G transfer data + voice faster 2000 2012 Social Media Made possible by: Availability of broadband
Exponential growth in computing power
Multi-tenancy architecture (one software instance serves multiple clients) Personal Cloud Apple: iCloud (sync all apple products to same server)
Google: Google Drive (web-based cloud)
Microsoft: Sky Drive
DropBox What is it, exactly? Cloud computing stores all of your data on a remote server Speeds up your computer/PC/iPad
Information is backed up
Ability to access information from multiple sources
Faster data access The result? Social Networks Social Business Companies are using social media to their advantage
Most companies are present on Facebook and Twitter
Use social media to advertise and to reach their customers " If you're not on Facebook, you practically don't exist " - anonymous Developmental Timeline Along with the development of
smartphones, came the app revolution App Revolution 2006-2009 Initially sparked by Apple's iPhone
Now available on all smart phones
Apps for everything (from social media, to maps, to businesses)
$2 Billion industry Most Successful Apps Paid Free Angry Birds
Doodle Jump
Camera+ Facebook
Fandango Information http://www.businessinsider.com/100-best-apps-2012-8#camera-for-taking-great-photos-on-your-iphone-49
http://www.kyruus.com/solutions/regulatory-compliance/ Kyruus Putting the BIG in big data The accumulation of the technological advances over the past few decades have led to a data explosion Companies have countless amounts of unstructured data that need to be sorted through and organized in order to be Examples include sales, customer reviews, images, social networks, and equipment sensors utilized Generates detailed statistics about a website's traffic Most widely used web statistics service
Aimed at marketers rather than 'webmasters'
Offer both free and premium version
Features include (but are not limited to): Tracking referrers
Tracking direct visits (length of stay & location)
Tracking advertising
Tracking pay-per-clicks
Integrating AdWords
Identifying poorly/well performing pages
Measuring sales activity and performance Helps hospitals and healthcare systems utilize data to build and optimize their networks Physician
Network Development Regulatory Compliance Referral Management Data driven analysis
Population/physician resource matching
Helps hospitals formulate strategy
Help recruit right candidates
Connect candidates to your network
Turn leads into introductions 10-15% physicians move each year
Hospital M&A costs up 35%
Staff turnover costs up to $1M in losses per physician Big Data Problems Kyruus Solutions Big Data Problems 200 million referrals conducted each year
Over 50% of referrals "leaked"out of network Kyruus Solutions Data-driven map of how patients are distributed
Clinical experience and profiles drive referral decisions Big Data Problems Up to 80% physicians receive payments every year
Physicians omit disclosing up to 25% of industry interactions
65% physicians expect employers to help them with payment disclosures (over 2 million) Kyruus Solutions Alert physician activity that may pose compliance or reputation risk
Monitor staff profiles from public data (payments, media mentions, interests, and disciplinary actions)
Cost-effective data management reduce costs
Provide staff with ability to dispute and reconcile disclosures Where are we headed next? Only time will tell. Created by Rachel Cascio Method of message exchange that is based on a 'store and forward' model, allowing the sender and receiver to access messages at a time that is convenient (not requiring both to be online simultaneously in order to receive a message) Businesses began using the World Wide Web to not only advertise, but actually sell their products as well (paved the way for new companies such as Amazon) Refers to the explosion of the Internet and company websites. The oldest, still existing com domain website is symbolics.com, created in 1985. The 'com' is a shortening of 'commercial' which refers to the intended purpose of the dot-com domain: to serve commercial organizations Let's start at the beginning. Where did it all begin?
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