Transforming the Digital World of Tomorrow
Futurist and best-selling author Jack Uldrich to keynote CradlePoint's Global Partner Summit in Boise on April 19.
Boise, ID, April 18, 2017 (Newswire.com) - The Internet of Things is growing faster than ever before. By the year 2020, it is estimated that over 50 billion physical objects will be connected to the Internet. It is poised to radically transform customer behavior, business models and the nature of business itself.
Global futurist Jack Uldrich loosely defines the Internet of Things as the connection of billions of physical objects to the Internet through the use of low-cost sensors—and he will be speaking on its burgeoning power and the top technologies that are transforming it on Wednesday, April 19 in Boise, ID.
He will be addressing Cradlepoint's Global Partner Summit with his presentation, The Big AHA.
In his keynote, he will share insights from his upcoming book, Business as Unusual: How to Future-Proof Yourself Against Tomorrow’s Transformational Trends, Today. He will also outline the ten trends that will transform the world of the future and discuss the ten most notable technologies that are "disrupting traditional IT norms."
"Consider this," says Uldrich, "Six years ago Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Smartphones and cloud computing were all still in their infancy, and Uber, “The Internet of Things,” and the “sharing economy” didn’t yet exist. Now, fast forward a few years into the future and try to comprehend how accelerating advances in cognitive computing, artificial intelligence, mobile web video communications, virtual and augmented reality, social media, robotics, gaming dynamics, renewable energies, “Big Data”, cyber-security advances and, quite possibly, quantum computing will continue to drive seismic change and deliver paradigm-shattering transformation to nearly every facet of society."
Jack Uldrich speaks over 100 times a year to a wide variety of businesses and organizations, specializing in the transformation of healthcare, agriculture, education, energy, finance, retail, and manufacturing.
Following his keynote in Boise, Uldrich will be speaking on the future of manufacturing in Carlsbad, California, the future of Agriculture in Chicago, and on "Business as Unusual" in Paso Robles, California.
For more information on Jack Uldrich's writing and speaking, please view his website.
Source: Jack Uldrich & The School of Unlearning