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Smartwatches - will Apple or Samsung succeed in the enterprise?
Wearable devices are starting to become interesting as major vendors apply more focus to both fashion and function, but how do the needs of the consumer and enterprise differ and how will these devices be used?
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 20th April 2015
A recurring problem is thinking of appropriate names for new technologies. When you are the first company to come up with a new idea and implement it, you have to evangelise the concept as much as...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 16th April 2015
Wearable devices in the enterprise
Certain types of wearable devices have been heavily hyped and consequently written off - but could they prove more attractive in the workplace than as consumer objects?
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 13th April 2015
Delivery by drone or dead duck?
The challenge with trying to fix problems with technology is what seems like an innovative solution on paper and works in a PR prototype often does not scale well at all in reality
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 10th April 2015
Spreading the picture as well as the word
Video conferencing is often characterised by pockets or islands of enthusiastic adoption, but could its value be greatly increased if usage spread across the whole organisation?
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 31st March 2015
Expand and Deliver: Essential IT insight for successful retail expansion
Despite mixed views in the media, there is clearly an air of optimism for many retailers. But behind all the celebrations, the reality of making retail expansion a success goes far beyond what you see on launch day.
Alan Watson, Barron McCann | 18th March 2015
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