Walking around Mobile World Congress this week, it was apparent that everyone wants to make money out of the Internet-of-Things. But there won't just be one or two players that win out.
Swarovski's VP of product Marketing, Joan Ng, highlights the importance of integrating technology with fashion. Rather than trying to make technology fashionable.
First day at Mobile World Congress and whilst there have been some headline grabbing mobile announcements, I can't help but wonder whether the attention on mobile will shift significantly.
SAP CTO Irfan Khan discusses the future sources of innovation and argues that applications vendors will stay at its forefront.
Although only 10% of companies are currently using IoT extensively, the number of connections is set to surge between now and 2020. But as Verizon notes, business models will need to change.
The winners and losers in the big data wars are already shaping up. What do they look like? We explore.
It's the week of the year when a small Swiss ski-resort becomes the corporate speed dating capital of the world with digital transformation sitting firmly on the agenda.
In a brave new world of smart, connected products, even a bottle of whisky needs to up its game, says Venky Balakrishnan, global vice president of digital innovation at drinks giant Diageo.