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Mari KeraMari

DigitalProU.com
Marketing & Training

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167 Schlueter Drive
Hopewell Junction, NY 12533
United States
T: +18457042222
www.DigitalProU.com

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2

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Small Business Owners, Home Business Owners, Professional Men and Women Ready to Unleash the Entrepreneur inside of them.

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The Digital Revolution is changing the very DNA of higher education. However, the institutions of higher education have come late to the Digital Revolution. We refer to the Digital Revolution as a second Industrial Revolution, where the increasing power and intelligence of digital technologies have incurred unprecedented influences, affecting all sectors of business and society, in general.

By 2010, almost 2 billion people used the Internet. That’s almost three times the number in 2000. By 2010, 4 billion people were using cell phones, compared to just over a billion in 2000.

By 2015, tablet computers and smartphones are expected to exceed personal computers in Internet usage.

The bottom line is this: Industry is becoming more information-intensive and less labor and capital-intensive. This means that more and more traditional barriers to success in business are being removed.

Nobody knows for certain where the Digital Revolution will take us. Some believe it may lead to digital cities, economies, and societies sometime in the future. Others, like Ray Kurzweil, believe the day will come when artificial intelligence will super-cede human intelligence and computers will control the world!

Regardless of where we are headed, one thing’s for sure – there is a ton of opportunity to be capitalized on by those who are smart. You want to be on the cutting edge of these changes not only to capitalize on the opportunity created by the change in times but to avoid being crushed, outsourced, eliminated, and made redundant.

What was the result of all this industrialization? Tremendous wealth was created by some; however, tremendous hardship was felt by others as mechanization eliminated their jobs. History has taught us some hugely important lessons over and over again.

On which side of history will you be?

All The Best,

Mari KeraMari
www.DigitalProU.com
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