Business Issues -> Innovation
Rackspace's new Crawley campus: data centre services trump pharma
Rackspaces new data centres in Crawley will be the first built completely adhering to Open Compute standards
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 6th March
The democratisation of business analytics
Should business analysis be only for the few? Shouldn't analysis be in the hands of as many people as possible?
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 17th February
Bringing Millennial Light to the Digital Dark Ages
When it comes to technology, consumers used to follow where businesses led. Now however, the proliferation of consumer technology has meant that, when compared to their employees, many businesses are in the Digital Dark Ages.
Martin Large, Steljes | 17th February
Has Google managed to bring consumerisation to video conferencing in the office?
Video conferencing has been around for some time, but not quite reached the mass appeal of other communications technologies despite many devices - PC, laptop, tablets & smartphones - having cameras in them. Is this about to change?
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 12th February
Smarter innovation and collaboration: the fourth dimension
Companies that maximise the potential of their employees and foster creativity effectively will be those that adapt most quickly, by adopting state of the art technology to enable a variety of working styles.
Martin Large, Steljes | 30th January
Every company is a services company now; but is your tech up to the job?
Thanks to ecommerce and online support most companies are delivering digital services now, which means a different way of looking at networking.
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 21st January
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