Mobility, Fast-Paced Tech Forcing Businesses to Reevaluate Their Websites
Often you’ll hear Breakthrough Technologies refer to today’s Post-Internet Renaissance which, like the Golden Age Renaissance that ushered in sweeping changes in culture, science, intellectual thought, and even the world economy, is fundamentally altering the way that we develop, access and use technology.
This Post-Internet Renaissance is fueled by six powerful, disruptive technological forces, one of which is mobility – the intersection where smart phones, tablets and other portable devices meet user-centric designs and platforms for delivering tech.
Small-business advisor, life coach and Inc.com regular contributor Marla Tabaka helps entrepreneurs around the globe grow their businesses well into the millions. She interviewed Randy Gage, author of the recently published Risky is the New Safe, on her live podcast. Gage’s newest book, a New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller, focuses on how “disruptive technology, accelerating speed of change and economic upheaval are changing the game. The same tired, old conventional thinking won’t get you to success today,” according to a book blurb.
During Tabaka’s far-reaching podcast, Dave J. on our Breakthrough staff posed this question: How are mobile, apps, the cloud, social media and other rapid and escalating technological changes forcing companies to reevaluate the way that customers engage with their websites?
You can download the entire podcast and listen to Tabaka’s and Gage’s fascinating discussion of Breakthrough’s question at 20:45 minutes into the cast.