Mobile Device Evolution by Adam Selwood
Google recently debuted “Project Glass,” their new augmented reality glasses that allow wearers the space-age capability to access information, video, and more in literally the blink of an eye. Project Glass is just the latest proof that technology is evolving at a relentless pace—and if you want to succeed, you’ve got to keep up. We’ve compiled five of the most important facets of preparing for a digital future below.
Educate yourself. Education is the name of the game when it comes to understanding and capitalizing on the digital future. There’s an IT school to suit every style of learning and level of skill, with online courses that offer valuable insight to computer newbies and savvy tech-experts alike. You’re just a few clicks away from finding a class that’ll keep you in the loop and ensure your continuing relevance in the digital marketplace.
Evaluate your digital needs. It’s tempting to get in line for every new gadget on the market, but too many devices can be distracting, not helpful. Evaluate the offerings of a new product before you pounce, and make sure it aligns with your needs; if you rely on practical features like GPS and email access, then a tablet designed specifically for movie streaming is just excess baggage.
Stay current. IT Degree aside, you can stay informed simply by perusing everyday headlines. Tech advancements are always in the news, and following trends in the current market can illuminate tech direction for the future. Set your smartphone to send you auto-updates and stay on top of the latest in the digital evolution.
Upgrade. Still lugging around a phone or laptop that looks and functions like an antique? Step into the light and upgrade to a product that can service your information, entertainment and business needs while streamlining your daily life.
Embrace change. The digital future is here, and you’d better get on board if you want to succeed. There’s no better time than the present to embrace the increased efficiency, reach, and control that technological advances can bring your life.
Guest Author: Philip J Reed, on behalf of Westwood College.