In the early 1990s, internet pioneers Prodigy Communications and America Online connected users and changed how we communicate with each other. In 1995, Windows 95 was launched by Microsoft which helped personal computing go mainstream. An activity that previously took days could now be done in seconds.
Since then, the Internet accelerated the rate of change to usher in what is commonly known as the Secondary Information Age which we live in today. According to global internet usage statistics, more than half of the world’s population have Internet access as of June 2018. The disruptive impact of the Internet rippled across every aspect of society from entertainment, retail, travel and hospitality to healthcare, education and politics.