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We have been working on the Internet for many years and have witnessed the exponential growth of the digital network.
The vast amounts of information and interactivity seem incredible and difficult to grasp. But the ease of use has made adoption of the web by users a relatively seamless experience.
Still we have room for growth and innovation. Information databases on legacy computers that have been built over years are yet untapped and hardware computing power is still improving.
Techniques and practices will continue to emerge which will make the information and data that is stored behind private networks available to more users. On the other hand methods for using the data will evolve in incredibly new ways that may be undiscovered and surprising.
Data warehouses will be increasingly combined for use in building predictive and forecasting models. This challenge is being met by today's digital information workers. The hardware of the future is being tested and re-invented to provide the required global connectivity and efficiency.
Enhanced collaborative working models seem to be evolving as an improved method to tap the sphere of input that was not available when communication systems were more difficult and less immediate.
The demands on our time and the need to carve out leisure time apart from work is being blurred as the technologies and tools develop and grow. Online social connections provide a backdrop for leisure and innovations which make work seem like leisure will continue to evolve. Online gaming for example builds a professional base while continuing to be a mostly recreational pastime for many users.
We look ahead to a future of solutions, exploration, and infinite possibilities.