Technology has grown by leaps and bounds over the last twenty years. In 1992, you couldn't follow the Olympics online. Tim Berners Lee who invented the HTML was still pioneering ideas which today we take for granted. If you even knew what on-line was back then you had to settle for Prodigy service on a 1300 baud modem or if you were lucky on 2600. Gosh how times have changed with live feeds from NBC, the BBC and countless tweets and updates over the web it was difficult to escape the Olympics.
These changes took place because of the hard work of countless engineers, scientists and shulbs like me who spend their lives creating and taming the digital wilderness. The change is moving faster all the time and the next great frontier is going to be mobile devices. What hammered that point home for me was an article my friend posted on Google plus. He mentions that over 5% of web traffic comes from iPhones and another 3% comes from Android phones. This is doubling the web traffic of this same time last year. I anticipate as this trend continues that by the Olympics in Rio in 2016 those figures will be about 25% for the iPhone and 15% for the Android system. I also think that Microsoft is going to be a huge player with Windows 8 but I just don't know where they are going to fit into this growth.
All of us at E3 systems are excited to ride this wave of innovation and have written programs which work on PC's, tablet computers and mobile devices. We are particularly proud of how we use the Microsoft Tag technology to get your mobile device to communicate with plain pieces of paper to bridge the gap between the digital world and the real one. Our Sully Inventory Management system makes that possible and you can find out more clicking here.
I can't wait for the next twenty years and what we are going to accomplish. I hope you will be along for the ride.
Until next time.