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Certain companies in the automobile and technological sectors experience a paradigm shift once a while, where once-dominant companies are usurped by the next wave of startups.
When the end-users needs and problems are solved in fundamentally different ways, even companies that aren't a direct competitor to the old establishments pose a threat.
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When we look at the developments in the last 100 years, it can be said that today's technology may just be the beginning of bigger disruption in the future.
Companies like Apple and Goo...
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The famous key combination, Ctrl+Alt+Del is a way for Windows PC users to terminate an unresponsive task, or reboot the system.
The story goes that an engineer at IBM in the year 1980, an e...
A few years later when Desktop PCs became a rage among millions of users, and the Windows Operating system started gaining popularity, the software started crashing due to various reasons.
This led to the keyboard shortcut of Ctrl+Alt+Del to terminate the application and restart the system to gain prominence through word of mouth, later making the engineer famous.
Before the Industrial revolution, everyone worked out of their home and sold their goods from there. With the Industrial Revolution came the need for automation and factories, and employ...
Just after WW2, there was a rise in corporate headquarters and larger office spaces and cubicles. During this time, the 8-hour workday was established.
Then came the advancements in computers and technology that lead to remote workers of today. The internet and public WiFi allowed employees to do everything they would in their cubicle, but outside the office. They can also work all hours of the day.
4.3 million people currently work from home in the United States at least half of the time, and this figure has grown by 150% in the last 13 years.
Remote workers tend to have higher engagement rates and higher productivity levels. Once they switch to remote work, they rarely want to become office bound again.
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