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We tend not to think about storage - until we don't have enough. We carelessly store documents, emails, images, video, and massive amounts of all kinds data only to wonder why there never seems to be enough places to put our company's stuff. But as new technologies combine to provide storage over the Internet, easing fears of limited capacity and the promise of virtualized architectures are helping shape the next phase of the Internet.
Money will never be the same. The rise of e-wallets, mobile payment services and e-coupons won't put an end to old-fashioned money - though checks are quickly becoming an endangered species. But as e-payments become safer, cheaper, easier to use and more trusted, their use is expected to skyrocket.
Online payment services are evolving to include mobile wallets that give you flexibility when shopping at major retailers and small businesses. It might be time to leave your wallet - and your cash - at home.
While paying with cash or credit cards won't go out of fashion anytime soon, but they're getting some serious competition. Online payments and e-wallets are about to shape not only how, but where and when we buy things. Even more important, they will give consumers the power to choose the payment methods that work to their advantage.
Innovation is harder than most business leaders expect. The EIU surveyed 226 senior global executives to find out the secrets of their success. While most valued innovation, more than half did not have a Plan B to deal with failure.
This report that I edited explores how companies can accommodate rising demands for mobile access
to business information while minimising the security risks to
proprietary data is an Economist Intelligence Unit report, sponsored by