08 August, 2012
Technology in the past years has develop rapidly and has help people learn and develop new ways to do different things that used to take a lot of hard work and time. IT gives business new ways to compete and more tools for employees to get the job done. Nowadays is easier for employees to use IT since everybody is familiar with new technologies such as smart phones, tablets, laptops, software, hardware and networking and many other incredible programs and devices that make our world interconnected and easier to live in. In order to success in today’s world, companies are aware that they need to use the best e-business possible to give customers the best services and products. At the same time, having a portable device means that employees can work 24/7 without even feeling it. IT has help develop products, information and also shortened the time of hard work. Companies have multiple office locations and the presence of high technology has help employees communicate and share data inside the company to work at their best. A disadvantage in the e-world would be the availability of internet. In some parts of the world internet access is not available or is too slow to download data or communicate with employees in the other side of the world. In the other hand, this is changing and is just a small percentage of consumers. These days’ companies join the e-world in order to be able to compete with other companies. IT facilitates work and also helps companies to differentiate from others. With the use of the internet, employees are able to look all over the world for cheaper and better supplies or even learn from others. Definitely, a company without the right technology would not be able to success in todays globalize world. Implementing e-world is a very important task for all of us. It will leads us to better things, improving our ways to communicate and facilitating jobs with many different...
Cited: Brown, Carol, Daniel de Hayes, Wainright Martin, and William
Perkins. Managing Information System. 7th ed. New Jersey:
Prentice Hall, 2012. Print
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