Organization is evolving at an alarming rate. The place that was seen as the land of science fiction until a few years ago is now a part of our lives. Important areas of change are information processing and communication. They affect not only our work but also our home life. Knowing what mobile phones, cloud e-commerce and the Internet of Things are all about is essential to understanding their impact on companies and society at large.

Mobile Computing

Mobile computing enables users to achieve computing functionality without being limited to a small area. Before smartphones, communication was limited as computers had to be wired. The only way to communicate with colleagues is by phone, and both parties must be in the same place. The advent of wireless technology changed this as it allowed people to talk anywhere on the network.

Mobile Computing

Of course, this wireless network was immediately used for business.
On the other hand, the processing of returns is easier because all users can transact using a smartphone. Many companies use online applications that make shopping and checking in easy. Companies have started using mobile devices to manage operations. However, the rapid growth in the use of mobile devices increases the risk of security problems, corporate surveillance and data loss (Noor et al., 2018, 2018).
Therefore, information security and privacy will become even more important in the coming years.

Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing is widely used for commercial and private business. Data can be synced across their devices via cloud computing without worrying about storage limitations. In addition, companies benefit from the speed of business, which can access information instantly. Cloud technology also provides backup of data in case of emergency.
However, Noor et al. (2018) acknowledges that there are many data structures that make it difficult to coordinate products. This can be resolved with cloud heterogeneity. This can be done in the next five years.

Cloud computing is widely used in commercial and private businesses.
Data streams across all devices can be synchronized in the cloud without worrying about storage limitations. In addition, businesses benefit from the speed of business, which can access information instantly. In addition, cloud technology allows data to be backed up in case of emergency. However, Noor et al. (2018) acknowledges that there are many data structures that make it difficult to coordinate products.
This can be resolved by the heterogeneity of the cloud. It is expected to be produced within the next five years.


E-commerce is an extension of the internet in our daily lives. Through e-commerce, the world has access to countless online platforms offering products and services. Customers can purchase products and even have them delivered to their homes.
One of its advantages is the ability to cross regional borders. Shipping line orders are processed via e-commerce. Likewise, many businesses work 24/7, meaning customers can reach them at any time. Overall, the Internet has made people more accessible and easier to use.

Businesses are using e-commerce to serve digital goals.
First, the cost of managing the Internet is lower, as many home workers can work from home. It also diversifies your internet business. Amazon is the most famous business in the world. This change is possible, first of all, with the potential of e-commerce. However, its advantages are not limited to consumers, as companies also use online portals to sell products and transfer assets.

Internet of Things

The report of digitization is the physical world where everything is digitally connected. That is the dream Internet of Things (IoT) technology hopes to create in a connected home or office. With the Internet of Things, families can control devices such as TVs, coffee makers and lighting using just a smartphone or monitor. In the workplace, IoT can extend business processes and operations with all devices, computers, and devices accessible through applications. The next five years will focus on the development of 5G technology as the next level of technological integration (Wollschlaeger et al.
2017, 2017). The long-term goal is to automate workflows with minimal human input.


Overall, it is clear that technology and wireless communication in the digital age are changing personal and business life. Cell phone computer use eliminates space limitations that facilitate communication. Cloud computing solves the problem of insufficient storage and limited access to data.
E-commerce has changed the way we sell by overcoming time and physical limitations. IoT aims to include any device as a member of a network that can be controlled by a mobile device. Together, these advances bring a new dimension to technology-enhanced life.