The week ends in ‘El Balance’, with the interview of Federico Quevedo with Inmaculada Sánchez Ramos, Director of Digital Competences of the Community of Madrid. The Director is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Association of Telecommunications Engineers (AeitMadrid), a member of the Institute of Directors and Administrators of Spain and actively participates in the Woman Forward Foundation.
On this occasion, Inmaculada talks about the digital transformation we are experiencing as a society and how the work of ICT professionals is evolving. The Director stresses that the “profound technological transformation translates into an important social change”. According to her, this transformation has implied a movement in the foundations of all aspects of life. But what has changed? Inmaculada explains that “we have moved from the fixed to the mobile” and that one of the greatest impacts has been mobility: “this brings with it the rupture of space, we don’t have to be in a fixed point to carry out certain activities”.
Sánchez Ramos explains that “we have moved from synchronous to asynchronous”; in other words, when you wanted to contact someone, the two interlocutors had to be synchronously connected. However, now you send an email and the concurrent communication is eliminated. It is left to the other person to respond to it. This means that there is no time constraint and more things can be done in the same time.
Listen to the full interview in the following audio:
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