Stephen Fry explains the evolution of technology

| 1 Comment | No TrackBacks
| More
Databarracks has teamed up with Cognitive Media to produce this neat little animation describing the journey of mankind through the ages of technology. And who better to narrate such a video than gadget-man Stephen Fry.


From the abacus to neural networks, Fry talks us through the business computing revolution, explaining how utility based computing has evolved into cloud computing, increasing the availability of powerful technology to even the smallest business.

Fry rounds up by explaining the key components that Databarracks provides for business success: communication, collaboration, customer relations, logistics, human resources, finance and enterprise resource software - described as the "lightbulbs of modern computing."

It's just a bit of fun, so if you have five minutes let Fry talk you through the revolution of business computing that is cloud technology. 

Enhanced by Zemanta
Related Posts with Thumbnails

No TrackBacks

TrackBack URL: http://www.computerweekly.com/cgi-bin/mt-tb.cgi/50590

1 Comment

Love Stephen Fry, but prefer http://www.rtwhosting.com when it comes to cloud services provision

Leave a comment

Archives

Subscribe to blog feed

Recent Comments

  • a h: Love Stephen Fry, but prefer http://www.rtwhosting.com when it comes to read more
  • Scott Allison: Great partnership between two leaders in their space! We've been read more
  • emmanuel ahene: The most boring presentation. read more
  • Steve Tucker: Does anyone know CPR ? read more
  • Greg Lamb: BOOM! We knocked it out of the Park this time. read more
  • Mark Parry: As the Custard Cream presentation moved into its third hour, read more
  • J Harrison: At last, something the engineers and change managers could agree read more
  • Brendan O'Connor: Just four more to hypnotise and then I can go read more
  • Hollie.bond@hotmail.co.uk Bond: David thought he'd show his employees the true meaning of read more
  • Shawna Bell: Thanks for the review... of course the commercials make it read more

About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Clare McDonald published on November 12, 2013 5:14 PM.

British Airways deploys Panasonic Toughpads to help turnaround time for flights was the previous entry in this blog.

Five things you'll one day be able to do via the internet is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.