Boomers have more experience using computers than any generation.
"The younger generation that grew up during the Computer and Information Age are very familiar with using the Internet and digital technologies."
I have been using computers to do my work since 1980. More than 40 years. I have been surfing the internet longer than most millennials have been alive. I was writing code before the first millennial was born.
I think the tone of your statement was wrong and set properly actually supports your point better.
"The younger generation that grew up during the Computer and Information Age, to them their first impulse is using the Internet and digital technologies." The digital world is more real to them than the physical world. A boomer might prefer a silver coin in their pocket to a digital wallet on their phone and a millennial vice a versa. Depending on where you buy your beer, one works better than the other. I wonder how many millennials know what a one ounce silver coin is worth? I know about what a Bitcoin is worth. I check the price of each from time to time. Bitcoin changes faster than Silver. It would be nice of Bitcoin did a ten thousand for one split so we did not have to deal so much in tiny fractions. A beer costs 0.000125 bit coin or 0.2 ounces of silver basically 2 bits.