Ubiquitous Computing for Business Innovation

Ubiquitous Computing is the use of technologies to accomplish both simple and complex tasks throughout our work and personal lives. Ubiquitous Computing systems are embedded in the environment or carried on the body and adapt to the natural interactions of people. In contrast to terms such as personal computing and mainframe computing, which are derived from the type of computer used to do the work, Ubiquitous Computing is not intended as a description of the ubiquity of computer devices themselves; it’s a description of how computing fits in our lives ubiquitously.

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