The Information Age / Computer Networking by Jack Chmela aka Jack "Blacknet" Principal of Chmelaeon Inc., Entrepreneur, Author, Innovator Adapter & Presenter for ABC's Shark Tank.
Jack's valuable insight along with research and writings spanning over two decades by industry experts chronicles the evolution of internet networking & where we are heading toward to give you a competitive advantage in the marketplace! From the inception instant messengers, forums and email to the availability of powerful simplistic mobile computing for the masses, consumers that are multi-platformed, the rise of social networking and the advent of digital identities.
Jack intensely believes for those to truly leverage computer networks; one must first understand how computer networks became mainstream in the first place.
In addition to constant adaption that is required to stay on top of information technology and networking Jack spells out how to leverage computer networks with our rapidly changing economy! Now more than ever with social media networks numbering over two Billion Individuals the time for bold action is NOW! Purchase this Information Age program and be invited for your very own QID Digital Identity software suite for 30 Days to gain a competitive edge in your industry.
The Information Age (also known as the Computer Age, Digital Age, or new media Age) is a period in human history characterized by the shift from traditional industry that the Industrial Revolution brought through industrialization, to an economy based on information computerization.
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