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Netflix is Responsible for 15% of Global Internet Traffic and video generates most of the traffic via @Statista @MHalle

Netflix is Responsible for 15% of Global Internet Traffic and video generates most of the traffic via @Statista @MHalle | The Future Of | Scoop.it

This chart shows a distribution of worldwide downstream traffic, by web application in 2018.


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, October 11, 9:41 AM

WHY IT MATTERS: I reported in 2015 that Netflix + YouTube accounted for 55% of web traffic. Their share is down only because the other streaming video services are growing. Also interesting from this chart that HTTP (good old web browsing), now only accounts for less than 10%. This means video is the medium of choice, cable TV is on it's way out (so expect more growth) and 5G mobile coverage will be in high demand when it becomes available soon...

2015 reference is here: http://fmcs.digital/blog/netflix-youtube-55-of-internet-traffic/ 

Obinna Odenigbo's curator insight, October 23, 2:51 AM
Incredible how video streaming is taking over the internet with Netflix in the first position and YouTube in third.
 
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Change, Hyper-turbulence and technology –

Change, Hyper-turbulence and technology – | The Future Of | Scoop.it
Zygmunt Bauman’s idea of fluid modernity is a good metaphor for the type of change we are experiencing: while the components of our reality flow on each other, the landscape is less stable and predictable, and in certain cases, it can be even chaotic and turbulent. This change is first and foremost social, as we live i
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Jobs at All Levels Now Require Digital Literacy. Here's Proof. 

Jobs at All Levels Now Require Digital Literacy. Here's Proof.  | The Future Of | Scoop.it
Newark, Del.

It's no secret that American workplaces are becoming more reliant on technology.

But what may surprise the country's K-12 educators and policymakers is how work at nearly every rung of the employment ladder is becoming more digitized. Often, the skills needed to succeed have less to do with computer programming than what experts call "digital literacy"—the ability to interpret, create, and strategically use digital information.

"Everyone's job is changing," said Mark Muro, a senior fellow and policy director at the Brookings Institution, a think tank. "The ability to read and then conduct first-order analysis of digital information is highly valued in almost all work environments."

To better understand the central role of digital literacy in the workplace, Education Week took a deep look at four occupations in the Christiana Care Health System. It's the largest private employer in Delaware, with 11,600 employees and an expected 1,500 new hires this year.

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, October 11, 1:39 AM

Interesting stuff. Thanks again to John Evans. 

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Netflix is Responsible for 15% of Global Internet Traffic and video generates most of the traffic via @Statista @MHalle

Netflix is Responsible for 15% of Global Internet Traffic and video generates most of the traffic via @Statista @MHalle | The Future Of | Scoop.it

This chart shows a distribution of worldwide downstream traffic, by web application in 2018.


Via Farid Mheir
sales@thefutureof.report's insight:
The future of Media requires more and better data infrastructure
 
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Farid Mheir's curator insight, October 11, 9:41 AM

WHY IT MATTERS: I reported in 2015 that Netflix + YouTube accounted for 55% of web traffic. Their share is down only because the other streaming video services are growing. Also interesting from this chart that HTTP (good old web browsing), now only accounts for less than 10%. This means video is the medium of choice, cable TV is on it's way out (so expect more growth) and 5G mobile coverage will be in high demand when it becomes available soon...

2015 reference is here: http://fmcs.digital/blog/netflix-youtube-55-of-internet-traffic/ 

Obinna Odenigbo's curator insight, October 23, 2:51 AM
Incredible how video streaming is taking over the internet with Netflix in the first position and YouTube in third.
 
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Retail stores will transform into an experience delivery center - Internet of Things #IoT will enable the key use cases to make it happen @Altimeter

Retail stores will transform into an experience delivery center - Internet of Things #IoT will enable the key use cases to make it happen @Altimeter | The Future Of | Scoop.it

IoT has paved the way for brands to use connected devices in their physical spaces too. Learn how location-based brands can invest in technology-rich locations that raise the bar for customer experience.


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, September 27, 5:26 PM

WHY IT MATTERS: store of the future will focus on customer experience and technologies such as IOT are key enablers to make the enhanced experience seamless and complete. This research document classifies applications for IOT into 3 categories, track, intuit behaviour and deliver experience. I find this classification and the examples in the document very useful.

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