Devices like the IPhone and IPad are coming out with software that companies love to use too. It’s not hard to see how a company can benefit from the applications of both devices. With new apps coming out that help us with more tasks and keep us connected it’s easy to see how a company would fund such projects for their benefit. Companies use the new apps to update all their information at once on hand held devices to multiple social accounts. You may use them to update one, but the apps are so powerful that they can do it to multiple ones.
With the easy push of a button interface that the android operating system has provided so many tasks can be completed and string together in no time. What once took a person the entire day to do we can now do in a matter of an hour. Companies see this as an opportunity to save on man power and innovation when it’s the consumer that is pushing the technology sector. Companies are just holding on and going for the ride, while making big bucks off of the new innovations. Eventually the consumer sector will merge together in what they want for new technology and that’s when things really get interesting.
When the technologies that are currently coming out start to merge it will prove a security risk for companies, because everyone will know what they are using. Companies will have to come out with the latest anti-viruses and dump loads of money into keeping these universal programs safe. They could potentially make money off of it by selling the anti-viruses programs back to the consumer sector. When the line between the consumer sector and the company sector finally dies out companies will no longer have to train employees how to use their software and save on cash.