In the 90s, most software companies developed their own software, often tailored to a customer, and in all kinds of old and new generation of programming languages.
Since then, most companies opt for standard packages of common programming languages which can be customized per module and for which there are sufficient alternative programmers from various IT companies.
In the upcoming years, the same is likely to happen on the internet where the majority of websites are customized.
- How many websites are currently not equipped with a mobile version simply because a new website needs to be created and paid for?
- How many websites can currently not be viewed with an iPad because they are made in Flash?
- How few websites are currently being updated monthly because the CMS system is too complicated and time consuming?
- How many websites are hardly ever or never found by Google because of outdated technology?
- On how many websites the answer sheets no longer work because of outdated codes?
- How many websites have not changed for many years because the web designer has disappeared, the company no longer exists or the webmaster has moved to another employer?
- And how many websites will there be viewed and operated by Google Glass and augmented reality?
With Google Glass you will really discover the true nature of Google+: A convenient and safe way to publish content on the Internet that:
- Can be shared with Google+ Followers
- Can be shared with all other social media via Google Blogger
- Can be found via Google
- Can be used with Google and Glass
- Can be viewed with a desktop, laptop, smartphone, tablet and Google Glass.
A Google+ Page already has the necessary ingredients to act as replacement to the old (smaller) website. You can store all data and content that is necessary for a good web presentation: