Shifting business models from ad hoc emergency response to outcomes-based service is creating a new relationship between the makers of products and consumers.
A new Deloitte report suggests that there is an ‘advice gap’ for five million people in the UK and that this could be filled by cheaper, automated online services.
Technology died in 2015, says Martin Banks. Good! That leaves more room for the rise of human-centric 'technology' in 2016.
BT CEO Gavin Patterson is calling on the UK to determine its "digital fate" in 2016; I'd settle for him determining the fate of my broadband connection, but I'm not holding my breath.
We will need to have a robust and continuing debate on digital ethics during 2016 and beyond. The world is moving too fast to let this one slip by.
Blackberry CEO John Chen's still set on trying to hit breakeven in the handset business, but it's the software arm that's showing signs of life.
As the Internet of Things heats up, so does the apps-versus-APIs debate. AnyPresence co-founder and CPO Richard Mendis weighs in - and shares nine keys to ensure your API initiative is a winner rather than a dud.
Strong digital growth and a dip in traditional outsourcing - Accenture's Q116 numbers see the firm well-placed in a market where digital disruption is now the desired norm.
After speaking to and listening to dozens of companies this year, we are beginning to notice that some digital innovators are no longer using legacy as reason not to try stuff.
The company adds another $3bn to the Watson investment pot with the launch of Watson IoT, in an all-out attempt to corner the market for cognitive tools that help exploit and direct IoT as it grows in importance