IJSRP, Volume 5, Issue 11, November 2015 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Richard Munir Simon, Toni DiDona
In a globalized world, technology is essential to fulfill the needs of organizations. Understanding how users adapt to technological changes is a priority. Today, the developed and underdeveloped countries share an important role within markets. Underdeveloped countries possess key elements for globalization such as tax-free zones for non local investors, and employment and economic development zones. Due to the expansion of markets, employees around the world must be adequately trained and updated with the latest in technological advances. This study was designed to evaluate and understand the technological adaptability across the countries of Honduras and the U.S. The researchers used an online survey to acquire the opinion of 102 participants this sample was divided by 46 persons from the US and 56 from Honduras. An online method was used to acquire data, asking the participants to answer anonymously a questionnaire developed by the researcher. This survey contained items of perception of importance, usage and interest towards technology. The results reflect no difference between the perception and usage between both countries. However when it comes perception of importance, age makes a difference.