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This 10 page paper looks at technology at around 1989 to 1990 and then again, about a decade later in 2001. How technology has changed business is discussed in depth. Cellular technology, fiber optics and the Intent are all discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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is quite different than it was a decade ago. Executives still ride the trains in their suits, except now they are usually on the phone or working on their laptops
in both the morning and the evening. No longer does business wait until they get to the office. Rather, business men and women are available all the time, thanks to
technology. Some of course are unable to get away from the office and that can take a psychological toll. Still, technology has made life easier in a general sense and
has changed the way that business is done. Travel is much easier accomplished. Executives stay in contact and can connect to company computers
while on the road. This is a big advantage, and enables employees to do work while on the road or commuting. In some way this saves time as commuting hours
are better utilized. Indeed, a decade can make a difference. Life has changed between 1990 and 2000. II. Technology A Decade Ago Things were different
in the latter part of the 1980s or early 1990s. Work was much like it always had been. Although computers had been getting smaller, the culture had not yet moved
to one that is essentially online, and technology was no where near where it is today. Everything one sees today occurred over the course of the 1990s. Thus, in 1989,
for example, Christmas shopping was at the malls, not through online vendors. To demonstrate how far behind the times the society was, it pays to look at articles written at
the time. Fortune magazine printed an article about technology and noted that businesses were just beginning to focus more on service