How Websites, Social Media, E-commerce, telephones and computers, mobile appliances and other features are knit together in an affordable, usable, responsive amalgam of functions.A Digital-age Business Ecology of Services.
Anatomy: high-level discussion of how services like Email, Websites, Social Media, “Cloud Computing” and our appliances – phones, tablets, notebooks and desktop computers – relate to the ecology that we know as the Internet. How to buy, consume and monetize them for Business.
Technology evolves. So, more and more aspects of our daily experience become dependent on interconnected services. From the GPS in our car, to the music we listen to, games, TV and even the lights in our homes — depend on connections. Our ability to receive news, messages and phone calls — stay in touch with our world — are all carried in a matrix of services we pay for. We need to grasp how those services work.
Operating efficiently and inexpensively in such circumstances can be very intimidating and ultimately become so burdensome, businesses default to ignoring what will really assist with reaching customers. Knowing how these services are interrelated will help us direct our learning so that we can remain aware of — and ahead of — the tides of change.
What is that? How does it work?
In our discussion we will look “under the hood” of a theoretical “Business” Web Presence — how a website, social media, ecommerce, computers, mobile appliances and other features are knit together in an affordable, usable, responsive amalgam of functions.
We explore how to focus your investment over time to produce tangible, measurable results.
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