When is a light bulb not a light bulb? When it opens up a different way of thinking about lights - not to mention data. My talk in Barcelona with inventor George Yianni of Philips Lighting showed how savvy companies are reshaping business by rethinking the familiar.
Charlie Bess sets the argument for businesses becoming more service focused and enabled by IoT but points to the need for IT to be better aligned to the business
Satya Nadella tells attendees at Microsoft Convergence that using systems of intelligence, every business in every industry will become a software business
The BBC gives away 1 million coding devices to kids as its digital public service remit expands again
The BBC wants to be the digital heart of nation as the only organisation that can pull society together. Now it's giving out coding devices to 11 year-olds. Is that within its remit?
On the hunt for eye-opening enterprisey stuff at the Mobile World Congress, I tracked down Thinflim. I got the skinny on their recently-announced smart bottle project with Diageo - and found out why a "little bit smart" label has the chance to change an industry
GE is already big in IoT through doing it for its own products and services, but now Global Software VP, Bill Ruh, is breaking out and chasing the global market for what he calls `Industrial Outcomes Management’.
At the Mobile World Congress, SAP walked us through a predictive maintenance demo that simulated the shut down - and repair - of the Barcelona magic fountain. The demo sheds light on SAP's Internet of Things approach.
For many firms, it’s time to conduct a strategic IT planning exercise. But there will be challenges in completing a good one.
The complex rollout will cost almost £11 billion by 2020, but the government expects to save £17.1 billion as a result. But wouldn't consumers have invested in smart meters anyway?
Salesforce announces the Service Cloud Intelligence Engine to add machine smarts to customer service in readiness for omnichannel and the Internet of Things