OPCION 1.a - Elegir un gadget revolucionario. OPCION 1.b - Elegir una tecnología revolucionaria. OPCION 1.c - Elegir una idea revolucionaria. ….. OPCION 1.n - Elegir lo que sea, pero que sea revolucionario. Problemas de las opciones 1.x:
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OPCION 1.b - Elegir una tecnología revolucionaria
OPCION 1.c - Elegir una idea revolucionaria
OPCION 1.n - Elegir lo que sea, pero que sea revolucionario
Problemas de las opciones 1.x:
fallar en la predicción y quedar en ridículo en la revisión que se haga en el futuro
OPCION 2.- Pedir ayuda para “disparar en todas direcciones”…
La influencia del software en las Tecnologías de la Información en el futuro
On the next killer app:
"The punch line is that the next killer apps are going to be new ways of doing old things.“
– Dan'l Lewin, VP of .Net business development at Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT)
VisiCalc, Lotus 123, E-mail, WWW(html/http), Búsqueda, …?
"I think the IT industry needs to keep a fairly short horizon. Our horizon is about two years. We make it a practice not to have these big five-year plans. If you do, you're going to get about halfway through and the world is going to change.
– SAS Institute Inc. CEO Jim Goodnight
Don't underestimate the influence China will have on the software industry. With millions of businesses and hundreds of millions of users, China may be positioned to dictate software standards for the rest of the world. "I believe China will play a larger role in setting software trends.“
– Danny Sabbah, chief technology officer in IBM (NYSE: IBM)'s software group, pointing to Red Flag Linux, China's own version of the open-source operating system
Búsqueda de información
3.- La inesperada horizon. Our horizon is about two years. We make it a practice not to have these big five-year plans. If you do, you're going to get about halfway through and the world is going to change.
Liderado por los juegos (pioneros además en SaaS)
Aplicaciones en “training” (no sólo pilotaje o tiro (juegos), p.ej. interacción social)
Incluso en terapias cognitivas (una naranja mecánica “amable”)
Efectivamente engañando a nuestros sentidos… ¿a dónde se puede llegar?
De película: Desafío total, Matrix…
Mundos virtuales/ Gráficos /3D
Software: del producto al servicio
"Software as a service is an appropriate name. Service should be in bold block letters, because it's the service over time that will change. Software will become more of a commodity.“
– Bud Mathasiel, CIO of Solectron (NYSE: SLR) Corp.
"Getting true functionality to the end user will drive success or failure. Welcome to the services world. If they don't like it, you don't get paid.“
– Treb Ryan, CEO of OpSource Inc., a provider of infrastructure, systems and application management, and hosting to ASPs
El problema a resolver: LA SEGURIDAD
"People who are building service-oriented architectures --which as far as I can tell is everyone, I haven't found a global 2000 who isn't --(have) a whole bunch of new concerns and new issues. Web services punch a hole in the firewall, so the firewall doesn't do me any good, and someone with an identity unknown to me is coming in and asking for service. And if that service is accepted, out goes information that's potentially my business-critical information. How do we deal with that? I think the answer is you need to consider (having) security on every single one of your computers, not just (around) the perimeter.“
– Jothy Rosenberg, founder and chief technology officer of Service Integrity Inc., a developer of Web services monitoring and analysis software, and author of Security Web Services With WS-Security.