The Washington Academy of Sciences is holding its Capital Science ’08 Conference, March 29-30, 2008 at its Washington DC Headquarters.
Limor’s presentation will discuss and explore:
Central command and control is a concept of the past. We are seeing many technological developments and the human response to these new products and services that indicate a mind and behavioral shift taking place at a fundamental, root level. IPv6, the New Internet protocol is more than just an address structure. It is a mindset. Its impact on the social, mobile and connected world will alter how businesses and government agencies are structured, how employees work, how opportunity is identified and acted upon, and how value is brought to an organization. This presentation will discuss what IPv6 and other technologies mean to business operations, reasons for these changes and what the implications and opportunities for business and government can be going forward.