Business Issues -> Innovation
Do simple single function consumer wearable devices have a future or are they just a passing fad?
There are many areas of technology which are technically feasible and look good to investors for a while, but why do some lack commercial staying power after the initial surge in interest in the application wanes?
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 14th August 2015
Self Service Checkouts May Not Be The Best Option For Retailers
Simon Phillips, Retail Sales at Barron McCann discusses why the trend for self-service checkouts may be reversing.
Alan Watson, Barron McCann | 10th June 2015
Splunk Live 2015: real world use of machine data
For the majority of businesses, machine data is a free resource that they are yet to fully exploit - a Splunk Live in May 2015, Paddy Power, Ticketmaster, CERT-EU and others show how it is done.
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 21st May 2015
How can large organisations use the power of crowdsourcing to their benefit?
Crowdsourcing as a concept is now well established in many industries and sectors, and is often employed in areas such as crowd funding, software testing, product design, advertising and even generating new business ideas
Chethan Prabhudeva, Head - Global Transformation, Wipro Ltd | 20th May 2015
What makes an IT company a startup?
I recently found myself, unwittingly, at the centre of a debate about what companies should be regarded as a startup
Adam Greenwood Byrne, VP of Strategic Alliances, RealVNC | 24th April 2015
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
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