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2016 Information Systems: All the Projects that Make Up the $20 Trillion Market

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Earlier this year at the Davos World Economic Forum several emerging technologies were presented and discussed. While each of these emerging technologies have significant market opportunities in and of themselves, the combination of all of them is the real story. Pulling together the market projections for these technology suggest that they will create a period of rapid technological advancement by 2025 that is far greater than anything experienced in history. The overall total for these technologies is likely to hit or exceed $25 trillion USD by 2025. Stop for a moment and think about all the projects that will be a part of that HUGE marketspace. Now consider all the security issues. These are new technologies. Something different. Something we don’t have any experience with. Are your prepared to be a program or project manager on one or more of those programs and projects? 

Kevin Coleman

Kevin Coleman is a highly published thought-leader that speaks frequently addressing the hottest topics in business, government and industry.  Kevin brings with him a quite unique perspective on management, technology and the global business environment. His stellar career spans over 25 years and he continues to deliver innovative insights to his readers, clients and those that have heard him speak.  He has spoken before the U.S. Congress, the United Nations, U.S. Strategic Command (StratCom) and to leading executives in 42 countries. He was the Chief Strategist for Netscape, the innovative Internet technology company that grew at an astonishing 65,000 percent in under five years.  Prior to that he was Vice President and Chief Strategist at Claremont Technology Group which was named Business Week's 44th fastest growing company.   He joined Claremont from his position as a principal in the National Consulting Practice at CSC and began his distinguished career at consulting industry icon Deloitte.

 

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