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Le numérique en magasin: qu'en pensent vraiment les clients

Le numérique en magasin: qu'en pensent vraiment les clients | e-commerce et ergonomie | Scoop.it

L'expérience client en point de vente passera de plus en plus par le numérique. Qu'est-ce que les consommateurs, aujourd'hui, sont prêts à accepter ou pas dans ce domaine ?


Via Nicolas Prigent
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Nos voitures pourraient bientôt saturer les réseaux mobiles

Nos voitures pourraient bientôt saturer les réseaux mobiles | e-commerce et ergonomie | Scoop.it
Une voiture connectée pourrait générer des accidents, de nouvelles méthodes de piratages, mais c'est surtout l'encombrement qu'elles pourraient provoquer sur le réseau qui effraie.

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Running on Data

Running on Data | e-commerce et ergonomie | Scoop.it

With many millions of global consumers stepping, sleep monitoring, and syncing to the Internet of Things, activity trackers offer a unique window into the complex nature of the Internet of Things ecosystem.


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Richard Platt's curator insight, May 31, 2015 10:57 PM

Best description so far on the point that "cognitive action" being helped is what people are really looking for, meaning the reducing of it, albeit not for engineers, who have to do it for what they do in their work which is designing products / technologies to off-load it.

Richard Platt's curator insight, July 23, 2015 11:00 PM

According to Deloitte there are several layers of activity mixed up in conversations about the Internet of Things (see figure). The most visible layer, at the bottom—the connected sensors that dominate the discussion among technologists—involves some complex and important decisions by the organizations implementing it. However, that complexity pales in comparison to the upper layers. It is these upper layers of IoT activity that, if not done well, can cause most IoT initiatives or products to struggle or ultimately fail. The true value lies in what is done with IoT information and, as with most business challenges, execution is everything.