The BBC's iPlayer has been a major asset to the Corporation at a time when on demand TV viewing has become the norm. But now it needs to become a Netflix-style destination of choice for original content in its own right.
Netflix's meteoric rise has revolutionized broadcast TV operating and models and, with $6 billion to throw at original content in 2017, is doing the stuff the BBC used to do.
There's a trust deficit around big business and the rise of populism to challenge the establishment. At Davos this week, business leaders debated whether size really matters.
The rise of AI has been staggering, but is it helping fuel the 'mutiny' among citizens across the Western democracies against the establishment? And is the end point the birth of the digital refugee?
Security, security, security - the pain point of the digital economy isn't going anywhere according to a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Salesforce's Connected Banking report throws up some interesting findings on what customers want from the banking sector, things that some leading banks are addressing - but don't forget the human touch.
As the World Economic Forum puts climate change high on its agenda while the incoming Trump administration pushes it from the priority list, Greenpeace offers an assessment of cloud provider progress.
Hard Brexit? Soft Brexit? ASOS is making the most of a Smart Brexit in order to boost its online overseas sales.
Europe's data economy ambitions haven't exactly set the heather on fire to date. The European Commission's latest plans for more jaw-jaw isn't likely to change that.
The European Commission's plans to get governments back round the table for more talks are delaying and undermining the Data Economy at a critical juncture.
Snapchat is to set up its international HQ in London - another sign of confidence in life after Brexit from the US tech industry?
Yahoo!'s board of directors is putting in places the pieces for life after a Verizon takeover, but it could be premature thinking if the deal doesn't proceed as planned.
The lack of political ambition for digital transformation appears to be on show in the Australian government, but there are worrying parallels with the UK and the US there as well.