It's no secret that in today's world of the digitally empowered and multi-connected customer the challenge of managing the customer experience has become massively greater. Now here's another dimension to the problem: documentation.
Analyst firms like IDC, Forrester and Gartner are all in agreement that organisations of every ilk are being disrupted by the forces of digital technology: mobile, cloud, social and data analytics. Education, of course is not exempt, and according to Gartner vice president and distinguished analyst, Jan-Martin Lowendahl, traditional educational business models are being fundamentally challenged by digitalisation.
It’s called the shuffle or re-shuffle. It is a move made by several CIOs in the last twelve months.
Most organisations in Australia and New Zealand fail to measure the specific business benefits they have achieved through their cloud strategy, according to the results of a Cloud Adoption Index based on a survey conducted by marketing company Outsource for open source software company, Red Hat.
“The experience economy is now supplanting the service economy, which overtook the industrial economy in the latter half of the 20th century, which superseded the agrarian economy before the industrial revolution.”
The Lenovo K3, which is dubbed the Lemon, has steadily risen the ranks since its release towards the end of last year. Now with the K3 Note, this flagship killer phablet is something to look forward to for 2015.
Times are challenging in the smartphone marketplace today trumpeting a hitherto unproclaimed feature; the ZTE Blade S6 is proclaiming to be a smartphone that is fun to use.
There comes to a point where you probably have to bring along your smartphone wherever you are, and that includes for all of your adventures. Expect it to take heavy punishments like a fall or a dip in the water, and it will still come out all right. Thankfully we have with us Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3 and Kyocera Duraforce they ensure that your smartphone will emerge in one piece and still alive after you put them through all the paces.
In today’s showdown, we are looking at two 5-inch smartphones that have a very different background but their specs and target audience are almost similar. We have Lenovo A6000 in one corner and Micromax Canvas Juice 2 on the other corner.
With this latest offering, Micromax Canvas Juice 2 is set to be the smartphone of choice for those who are on a budget but wants a long battery life.
- Lenovo A6000: really sweet $109 dual sim 4G quad-core smartphone
- Trade management software market will grow at a CAGR of 10.92 percent over the period 2013-2018
- A Competitive Edge with Hosted VoIP
- Mobile internet traffic across Africa increases in 2015
- Microsoft Lumia 430 Dual Sim: they don’t produce a smartphone this small anymore
- Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3: made for the rugged person in you
- It's a hybrid cloud world
- Disruption and big data driving IT skills demand
- What will CRM look like in 2015?
- PelicanCorp’s CGA prizewinner digs Downunder
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