The generation that followed the millennial is called Generation Z or Gen Z. According to demographers, those born in between 1990s-2010 are considered to be Generation Z. What distinguishes this generation from others is that they don’t see their physical and digital lives as separate.
Wired from the crib this generation is entrepreneurial in nature and accord higher priority to the brain, mental development, and creativity over looking good.
More than anything else, they want their IT systems to behave more like humans and offer realistic experiences. And thanks to innovative technologies like Artificial intelligence and Machine learning, computers these days are capable of lot more reasoning than it used to do previously and, going forward, things might go up a notch. This is kind of IT Gen Z is looking forward to – more human, more personalized and more realistic.
So, the question now is: how should firms strategize software development to address the requirements of this new generation? What kind of software application delivery should programmers work upon? What sort of cloud network provisioning and planning needs to be mapped out?
According to The Center of Generation Kinetics, the answer to the above questions can be found …