Christy Wyatt tells diginomica how to avoid reliving a BlackBerry experience with your mobile device management strategy: apps are the new objects
You will play by our rules or not at all! That’s the message to the US tech industry from EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding in her latest bout of transatlantic sabre-rattling.
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica and beyond - for the week ending June 8, 2014.
The bank hopes that if it sends its Digital Eagles out into the community to train those that aren't yet digitally literate, it will benefit them in the long run.
While the center says of Cloud First, ‘this is a must do’, at local level, the reaction can be rather more: ‘Er, that’s not how we do things round here’.
In this video, Graham Robinson, Jon Reed and Den Howlett give their verdict on SAPPHIRE Now 2014. Despite early reservations, we wind up on a positive note.
Organizations that want to increase revenue from digital customers mustn’t assume that all they need to do is chuck some digital technology at the problem. What’s needed is a ’digital mindset’ to build the right behaviours, says PwC.
We shot 10 videos with an emphasis on healthcare, which are now included as a playlist.
We rarely get the opportunity to celebrate the youth of the world but on this occasion we have three very special young people to both honor and cherish. Check out the GENYOUth video set.
Tomasz Smilowicz explains how the bank made sure that app development was carried out by a separate innovation lab, so as not to get lost in traditional development.
What makes for an award-winning case study of business value achieved through going cloud? There are four main ways cloud has an impact.
SAP left open many questions about its cloud strategy. Extensive discussions clarified the position. Now come the customer challenges.
While those of us outside of the US are being encouraged to be as nationalistic as possible when selecting our cloud services providers, an interesting reversal down under in New Zealand where the government is being urged to look overseas for its providers.