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DHagar
DHagar
1/8/2018 5:51:41 PM
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Re: For My Money...
@mpouraryan, thanks!  It has to, the other is unrealistic.  Plus, we can't have more idle people and the good ones being trained sitting by.  That would create social upheaval!  So we will all keep our eyes on reality and work together to make it so!

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
1/8/2018 5:41:19 PM
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Re: For My Money...
Thanks for the thoughts @DHagar.   Let's just hope your vision is the reality and is embraced by the frightful five.

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DHagar
DHagar
1/8/2018 5:31:49 PM
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Re: For My Money...
@mpouraryan,  great review and interesting article - strategy business does great work, as does PWC. 

My take:  This is certainly the world of possibilities, but I do not think every possibility is going to become a probability.  There is cost, politics, social, legal, and labor implications that I believe will ultimately determine the makeup of work in the future.

My vision is that indeed technology will replaced repetitive low value tasks but that you will still require humans to make decisions regarding the use of technology and the results.  I see technology as being applied and augmenting human intelligence rather than replacing it.

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DHagar
DHagar
1/8/2018 5:22:31 PM
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Re: For My Money...
@batye, makes sense - particularly if the cloud systems offer more robust security and real-time monitoring.  That would be highly competitive and would certainly outperform the capabilities most organizations have on their own.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
1/7/2018 10:08:48 PM
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Re: For My Money...
@bayte/@Dhagar:  Great discourse--but I wonder what you both think about this as we see the "mid-term" analysis being presented here:

https://www.strategy-business.com/article/What-Will-Work-Look-Like-in-2030?gko=e1d49&utm_source=itw&utm_medium=20171221&utm_campaign=resp

Onward to the new week!!
:)

 

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batye
batye
1/6/2018 1:26:14 AM
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Re: For My Money...
@DHagar  thank you, the way I see it if everyone doing it right and everything playout correctly we gonna see it everywhere as better more secure solution... 

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DHagar
DHagar
1/5/2018 5:15:01 PM
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Re: For My Money...
@batye, good prediction!  It will increasingly be the backbone for computing.  I further believe the markets will expand as companies gain confidence in the security and create a hybrid of in-house systems and external cloud capacity.

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batye
batye
1/4/2018 10:48:49 PM
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Re: For My Money...
@DHagar yes, I could not agree more I would say at the end of 20188 we gonna see cloud everywhere or almost everywhere ... 

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batye
batye
1/4/2018 10:47:21 PM
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@clrmoney yes it gonna be very interesting to see how everything will play out in the 2018... we gonna see it... 

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DHagar
DHagar
1/4/2018 5:19:55 PM
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Re: For My Money...
@afwriter, I think you are correct with cloud - I see that as becoming a ubiquitous utility.  But then, as the article identifies, the combinations as well of virtualization and artificial intelligence will be major drivers and market success in my view.

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