In the US April is once again National Safe Digging Month when owners of underground infrastructure and others back events around the nation to raise awareness of the national Dial-Before-You-Dig service, which is available to anyone in the US by dialling 811.
Leading IT research and advisory company Gartner have identified the top 10 strategic technology trends for 2015. Three themes dominate the illuminating list:
The future success of IPTV and subscription ( SVOD) television may be forged on the quality of its own in-house developed content. The success of Netflix and Amazon in the creation of their own unique content is viewed as a key differentiator in the battle for audiences according to leading industry executives as this year’s MipTV held in Cannes, France.
Every industry, every profession has its own terminology, its own acronyms and all too often those in the know forget ordinary Joe does not understand the lingo.
Deloitte is tipping more than a tenfold increase in the number of smartphones being used to make contactless payments: from just 0.5 percent of NFC-equipped mobile phones in 2014 to five percent of global population of some 650 million NFC capable smartphones by the end of 2015.
Are you Type 1 - traditional IT or Type 2 - agile IT? Is it possible to be both traditional and agile? After all tradition is a concept which has been around for a very long time, the word has its origins in the 1300’s and traditions everywhere have survived. Tradition is synonymous with “tried and true”, so if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.
Mobile staff, mobile devices equals expensive phone bills, right? Then you are managing your communications wrong.
Starting up a business requires many boxes to be ticked and after business names, business registration, legal issues, bank accounts, technology decisions will be high on the list.
As the days go by, it seems like the Chinese manufacturers are becoming more and more generous in their specs. A fine example would be today’s duel between Xiaomi Mi 4i and Huawei Honor 4C which seems crazy what they can offer consumers for under $200. The Mi 4i is slightly more expensive by $40 but is the price difference justifiable and makes more sense for you to fork out just a little bit more?
- Workplace of the future is anywhere
- The mobile transformation in Africa
- Billion Electric transforms fleet management and public safety with M2M solution
- Lenovo K80: 5.5-inch with a whopping 4GB RAM and 4000 mAh battery for under $300
- Trends to watch for VoIP
- Spookfish: a unique way of imaging, in more ways than one
- What is an enterprise social network?
- Feel like an IT spending spree? Here's some suggestions
- Provider/customer collaboration will boost finance industry's cloud usage
- CIO Insight - People or Processes?
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