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From Hype to Reality: Are We on the Cusp of a Digital Transformation ‘Golden Age'?

6 monthes ago   |   By Computer Business Review

Throughout the years, we've seen a history of cultural ‘golden ages' that have transformed the way we live, think and work. From the innovations in Ancient Egypt that revolutionised architecture, agriculture and scripture, to the Renaissance that changed European art, science and education for the better, history is scattered with instances of incredible transformations, writes Huw Owen, Head of EMEA & APJ, Couchbase .
Huw Owen
Recent years have seen this extend to technology. Take high-speed communications: from the development of the World Wide Web in 1989 to the shift to Wi-Fi, then 4G...
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