Business Issues -> Innovation
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
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
Redundant array of inexpensive 'things'
The 'smart' part of the Internet of Things does not have to be a clever gadget at the edge, but could be the way that many 'dumb' devices and their data are connected.
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 20th March 2015
Making more of print
Print operations as still seen as costly in many organisations and despite much more mobile working the need for print appears undiminished. However, making print operations manageable requires some significant investment.
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 2nd March 2015
Google Glass - seeing is believing
First impressions of Google Glass are a bit wacky, but their potential in the work place seems clear, albeit with some reservations around privacy.
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 7th November 2014
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