2004 Trends

Gregory Alan Bolcer gbolcer at endeavors.com
Fri Nov 28 10:05:43 PST 2003

Mitchell Levy has been doing the CEO Networking and
E-commerce Now news trends since about '99.  He's
got a pretty spectacular record.  His trick?  Ask
key people what's going to be hot and then culminate
the answers.  


CEOnetworking's Top Ten 2004 Business Trends 

CEOnetworking's Top Ten 2004 Business Trends 
By Mitchell Levy Partner, 
CEOnetworking and Director of the Silicon Valley Executive Business Program 

NOTE: Since 1998, Mitchell Levy has been making annual 
predictions of the top ten trends in business/e-commerce. 
To view their accuracy, go to http://ecnow.com/predictions.htm. 
Read the full article at: http://ceonetworking.com/businesstrends/2004Top10withQuotes.pdf

CEOnetworking's TOP TEN TRENDS FOR 2004:
Top 10 Trends:
1. Viruses and Spam Get Worse, Not Better
2. Continued Global Economic Dependency and a Backlash Against Offshore Outsourcing
3. Internet Telephony Continues Disrupting the Existing Players
4. For Survival, Companies Continue to Consolidate
5. Wi-Fi Gets Bigger
6. Business Continues to Evolve to the Next Level
7. Some Positive IT, Economic and Stock Market Movement
8. Security is Still the #1 IT Concern
9. Social Networking Takes Off
10. The Term "E-Commerce" Comes Back into Vogue
Bonus Trends:
1. Software Continues to Change Forever Especially via the ASP Model
2. Marketing Becomes Important Again

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