Monday November 30, 2020

Death of the technical dinosaurs

Graduates would do well to give themselves a digital edge to stay relevant

1st May, 2016
Bob Savage is vice-president and managing director of EMC Centres of Excellence EMEA

Around 540 million years ago, an event known as the Cambrian explosion took place. Multitudes of new, complex animals evolved rapidly from relatively basic organisms in a short space of geological time.

This sudden and profound explosion isn’t dissimilar to the massive proliferation of new complex consumer technologies over the last decade. Since 2004, when Facebook first opened its virtual doors, we’ve witnessed the unstoppable rise and diversification of social media, mass availability of broadband internet,...

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