This research looks at the work of Oneil Williams, the
editor of Opposing Views. The purpose of this article is to understand the
concept of the global business environment in relation to the recent advances
in technology. As we all know, technology has been one of the major components
for organizations operating globally, therefore it is through this article that
I was able to highlight the importance of keeping up to date with your
technology in order to thrive in the global market. Apart from the theoretical
knowledge produced, the article review further analyses the article “How has
technology impacted the global business environment?” in terms of its structure,
accuracy stability and validity. One of the other objectives of this article
review is to guide individuals on how to systematically review an article.
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July 2015). How Has Technology
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