The phone, PC, TV and a Cloud

Ray Ozzie has used the phrase twice in as many weeks, first at the Technology Alliance luncheon in Seattle and then again yesterday in a fireside chat with JP Morgan: “So, moving forward, again I believe that the world some number of years from now in terms of how we consume IT is really shifting […]

Ray Ozzie has used the phrase twice in as many weeks, first at the Technology Alliance luncheon in Seattle and then again yesterday in a fireside chat with JP Morgan: “So, moving forward, again I believe that the world some number of years from now in terms of how we consume IT is really shifting from a machine-centric viewpoint to what we refer to as three screens and a cloud:  the phone, the PC, and the TV ultimately, and how we deliver value to them.” I think three screens and a cloud is really an evolution of what Ray said back in his last memo where he positioned the web (aka cloud) as the hub and a world of devices.

Source:→ Steve Clayton