Internet Makes Change

“… the Internet has already had a significant impact on human life… The ways we meet each other, the ways we transact business… share information… This is surely only the tip of a huge iceberg.”– Tim Healy

The Internet, shared openly,–began in the late 20th Century (1980s)–is a system that connects computers (via Cyberspace), in order to complete tasks that involve research (R & D), educational needs (training), corporate intelligence (economics), and personal ideals (relationships). The Internet can provide a channel for rich content and databases, in addition to a variety of measures that involve entertainment (imaginary/virtual realities) that could affect moral aptitudes. However, can all of this be accomplished, while avoiding environmental mishaps?


Time Savers Versus Motive

Motivation has just occurred. Motivation is the state or condition; which includes need, desire and/or want. These motives convert into energy. Two characteristics of motivation may include: (1) activation of initial behavior; and (2) providing consistency in producing movement of intensity towards accomplishment of the accepted goal. Hence, the Internet influences motive.

Innovation: Tradition

• Procrastinate: speedy responses (transactions)

Spotlights the capabilities of a person or group, in relation to completing a task or project

Affects work ethic: If further research is applied, via the Internet, some policies and practices may change abruptly.

Affect motivations: Sometimes people get on their own track. In fact, some employers have banned the usage of the Internet, at work.


Research Capabilities

Internet based resources are enormous. Primary and secondary resources are so valuable today. All walks of life need access to those types of entities. From college students to professionals possessing the need to allocate, gather, and collect all sorts of information and statistics, in order to continue to be productive within their particular fields. The Internet has helped with this feat.

Interviewing methods. The Internet has assisted society, by enabling networking through website blogs and social networking capabilities (i.e. Twitter and Facebook). As a result, the Internet has become a very useful tool involving intelligence.


Globalization (Correspondence)/ Expansion

Customer service. Business practices have been dramatically affected by having access to the Internet. An example, Customer Service has been enhanced. Now, customers may have instant access to filing complaints or making inquiries about certain products and/or incidents that can affect the lives of the consumer, in addition to their needs and wants.

Teleconference. Teleconferences have also enabled more communications among business partners around the globe. Ideally, business personnel can share their ideas and concerns in a flash, by providing a channel for presentations and meetings–either live or pre-recorded–via the Internet.