People, not technology, create innovation. Here's a look at some people who will drive these and other business-technology trends in 2002.
Despite the uncertainty about the year ahead, there are some things about business technology we can say with confidence: The security of computer networks will
undergo greater scrutiny. Close collaboration with business partners will be an
important goal--one that will remain difficult to achieve. Biotechnology will
deepen our understanding of what makes us human--and, in the process, push the
boundaries of what supercomputers can do. The Internet will grow in importance
as a fundamental tool of communication and commerce. And entrepreneurs will change
how we do business. This we also know with certainty: People, not technology,
create innovation. Heres a look at some people who will drive these and other
business-technology trends in 2002.
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