IntroductionWhat to the new changes. If we date the

IntroductionWhat Is Technology? Technology is the source of vast knowledge and with proper skills used in accomplishment of our various needs and information. We use technology to accomplish various tasks in our daily lives, in brief; we can describe technology as products, processes or organizations. The use of technology is today’s era is like a basic needs. In order to accomplish our task and collect information we use technology. It is used in almost every workplaces. It has its own pros and cons but we cannot deny the dependence to technology. We all are very dependant to technology because it simplifies our job like: Paying bills, Ordering lunch by sitting in our work desk or research works and advertisement. It is just few clicks away to accomplish these tasks. But in the same way the dependency has placed great harms such as by spreading false information or creating unemployment. These are the matter we discuss as the proceed on the assignment. HistoryTechnology has been evolving and likewise the workplaces, Business, Education sector are being updated and adapting to the new changes. If we date the history the we can go as far back to the period where the the people started to trade goods to other as they obviously had some method of keeping the creditors and debtors.Although the subject of immense media hype and scrutiny in the past few years, this technological revolution in the business world has occurred slowly but surely over the past few decades, even as far back as the invention of telegraphy in the 1850s. The invention of the telephone, fax machine, and more recent developments in wireless communications and video-conferencing have offered businesses more flexibility and efficiency, and those willing to embrace these new technologies found they were more likely to survive and prosper. The result is today’s heavily technical workplace, where proficiency with complex phone systems, fax machines, and often networked computers are basic essentials. CISCO Systems, retailer of computer networking hardware and software, sells more than $7 million a day through electronic commerce alone. As if to demonstrate the potential of its technology products, CISCO has hired over nine thousand new employees since 1995 while at the same time saving “$270 million a year in staff, software distribution and paperwork costs” (“Cisco”). As of February 1998, nearly 20 million people regularly access the Internet from their workplace (“Relevant”). However, these much-praised advancements impose dramatic changes in what is expected from workers and where and how they go about their jobs. Present ContextMore than one-in-three American workers today are Millennials, according to the Pew Research Center. And they are a generation of digital natives. They’ve grown up with broadband, smartphones, laptops and social media being the norm. What’s more, they expect instant access to information, as well as instant feedback (because after all, they’ve become accustomed to such feedback from years of using Facebook and other social networks.)According to a study of Millennials from 75 countries entitled “Millennials at Work: Reshaping the Workplace,” commissioned by PwC, this generation has specific expectations about technology in the workplace. They expect it to be a catalyst for innovation, as well as a major avenue of communication on the job. In fact:59% of those surveyed said an employer’s provision of state-of-the art technology was important to them when considering a job78% said access to the technology they like to use makes them more effective at work41% of those questioned said they would rather communicate electronically than face-to-face or over the telephoneCareers in computer science and information technology continue to grow. Students in colleges, universities and technical institutes seeking careers in this industry will likely be recruited upon graduation. According to U.S. News & World Report, jobs in this field are among the top 10 careers, stating computer software engineers are in demand because “The work of designing, building, maintaining, and integrating those increasingly complex systems continues to be one the fastest-growing corners of the job market.” The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports indicate that occupations in computer science and information technology will add more than 785,000 new jobs from 2008 to 2018. Statisticians predict the technology field will expand exponentially because of the demand for state of the art technology products. Advantages Saves Time:We can use technology to save a lot of time. In the workplaces we have various data and information to analyse and collect. So, it will save a lot of time to collect the data, especially if the data is collected in huge mass.  The technology can be used to auto collect data if necessary with the help of software or posting questions instead of one-on-one collection. The mail service(gmail, hotmail and others) can save time instead of posting and sending letters will save lot of days which is a lot and affect a business deals. So, technology will help to save a lot of time. Creates Mobility:Technology helps to create mobility as workers can work from different places and at the same time. We can take an example of Google docs, many people can connect in one document and make plans instead of being in a room. There may be people from different cities or countries to make a deal but this internet and computers have helped to be lenient and mobile enough to control the jobs and business deals.  Disadvantages DistractionsTechnology can be very distracting in the workplace. In today’s cases with few clicks we can excess to facebook, instagram and twitter. Reading newsfeeds and chatting with your friends or texting your neighbours while working is very tempting and many of the workers cannot resist. The smartphones that can fit in your hand can access the world. The temptation that it creates can be distracting even to the professionals. So technology can be quite a distraction too. Costs Referencehttp://cs.stanford.eduhttps://www.modolabs.com