On August 18th I had the pleasure to participate in Aalto University’s annual Make it Digital! event. Having visited the event already last year I greatly enjoyed both the event’s and the university’s focus on the Internet of Things - its impact on transforming business models, enhancing customer centricity, and the application of service design were the…
The digital revolution is moving fast and spurring massive disruptions and transformations in industry after industry. A key sign of its growing importance is the rise of a new kind of executive: the chief digital officer, or.CDO. CDO's who can adapt to rapidly changing circumstances while staying tightly aligned with their companies' business goals will be in the best position to lead the way to a full digital transformation.
Today’s more clueful cybercrooks understand that if they can identify compromised systems inside organizations that may be sought-after targets of organized cybercrime groups, those groups might be willing to pay handsomely for such ready-made access.
"Mobile-first" has been the battle cry in the last couple of years for every company online, from startups to Facebook, as more and more people flock to apps and the mobile Web from smartphones instead of their computers. The idea is that if you don't design your website or ad [...]
Corporate mortality is on the rise, driven by the dynamism and complexity of the business environment. This article, first published in Harvard Business Review, describes six principles that confer robustness in complex systems, such as tropical forests, stock markets, and even companies. Understanding these principles can mean the difference between survival and extinction.
Cisco predicts the global IoT market will be $14.4T by 2022. IC Insights predicts revenue from Industrial Internet IoT spending will increase from $6.4B in 2012 to $12.4B in 2015. IoT in manufacturing market size is estimated to grow from $4.11B in 2015 to $13.49B by 2020, attaining a CAGR of 26.9%. With the potential …
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