Make your small business look like big business The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) has been the option for telephony for a long time, now is a good time to consider a change.
A year ago, in January 2014, an article in the Sydney Morning Herald carried the headline: "Here's what those crazy markings spray-painted all over Sydney pavements mean."
CIOs who fail to embrace mobility as a top priority in 2015 will put their organisations’ digital strategies — and their own careers at risk. That's the blunt warning from Forrester Research.
In March last year Forrester Research produced a report that should have rung alarm bells with CIOs. Entitled 'The Digital Business Imperative', it warned any CIO or business leader reading it that "Digital has changed the game of business. Your customers, your competitors, and your suppliers are all digital now. You can’t address this change with a bolt-on strategy that adds an app here or a site there. You need a comprehensive strategy that embraces both digital markets and digital operations."
We all have heard how the race to give the consumers the best camera smartphone is heating up, but it seems that Blackberry is going the reverse way by coming out with the Blackberry Classic Non Camera. Who in their right frame of mind would want a smartphone with no camera?
If you haven’t heard of Oppo, then you should know that they are one of the few Chinese manufacturers who are steadily gaining ground outside of its native country. They are also actively pursuing the title of being the thinnest smartphone in the world but with the R1C, they seem to be counting on the design that has the sapphire back glass panel to entice consumers.
In one corner, we have a trusted brand that has built up quite a strong reputation over the years while, in the other corner, we have a new contender. The parent company is enjoying lots of homegrown success. But trust me, if you have $149 USD to spend; there’s only one clear winner at the end of this match-up.
Motorola Moto E was one of the underdogs last year at a selling price of just under $100 USD. Now for $149 USD, you will be getting a much improved version that is simply called Moto E 2015.
Is your organization “future ready” — and what does the term “future-ready” really mean? Advances in technology — and the impact of technology on the way business is done — has triggered a fundamental transformation in the enterprise space over the past decade or so. But past technology-driven disruption pales by comparison to the radical changes that will emerge over the next couple of decades.
Melissa Comerford recently won the 2014 prize for the best Grade Point Average (GPA) in IT Masters' Master of Information Systems Security course with six high distinctions (over 85 percent) and a perfect GPA of seven out of seven. She explains why she chose the course, how she achieved such a stellar result and what it means for her.
- ZTE Blade V5 Lux: 5-inch dual-sim mid-range quad-core smartphone
- Digital radio drives ahead
- LG Magna: first among few mid-ranges offering with G3 features
- Welcome to the customer experience arms race
- New skills assessment for horizontal directional drillers
- All you ever wanted to know about cloud computing?
- Quantifying collaboration
- Co-Founder of Konstant Infosolutions Interviewed By Research Firm Clutch
- 2015: a big year for OpenStack
- Users demanding more from lead management
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