Businesses cannot afford simply to respond to the next technological innovation; they must learn to respond to change as a constant state. As difficult as it may appear, it is not enough to react to the eBusiness challenges the World Wide Web is presenting today. Companies must position themselves to be able to respond to and take advantage of the next technological advance, whatever that opportunity may be.
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alert ambulances and provide medical histories. What may have appeared far-fetched a few short years ago seems perfectly plausible today. To put this rapidly accelerating pace of change into perspective, consider the history of modern, communication, beginning with 1775 BC when the Greeks developed the first phonetic alphabet. Consider if we scale the time, from 1775 BC to the recent turn of the century, into the equivalent of a 24-hour period. 1775 BC Greeks develop 1st phonetic alphabet midnight 1400