The older you are right now, the more likely you are to feel overwhelmed by technology and the way it has changed culture within your lifetime. Things that were once done on paper are done electronically, and information that was once stored in binders and folders is stored in spreadsheets and databases. For people who are set in their ways of doing things, these changes can be difficult to accept.
On the other hand, the younger you are right now the more likely you feel comfortable with technology and look forward to future changes it brings. You might feel frustrated with companies which insist on doing paperwork by hand and only accept cash, check or money order. While this is something of a generation gap, there are still young people who avoid, distrust or feel uncomfortable with technology.
The difficulty keeping up with technology comes from one’s general attitude toward change. When someone is willing to learn and looks forward to change, he or she will easily keep up with changes in the world due to technology no matter how fast those changes occur. Those who struggle with technological change are shrinking in number and will face serious challenges if they continue cling to outdated technology.If you like what you see, keep going: Hawaii law firms grapple with the generation gap