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The term bring your own device (BYOD) has been defined by Gartner as a disruptive phenomenon, writes Rufus Grig, the chief technology officer at Maintel. Employees were bringing non-sanctioned, non-company IT devices into work with the intention of connecting them to everything.
The Fifa world cup 2018 was a phenomenon for Russia that was watched by almost half of the world’s population. It involved 32 national teams, playing at 12 venues in 11 cities, with a total of 64 games. (more…)
How to tame the tech titans asked a January 18th Economist headline in Competition in the digital age. A more recent article (American tech giants are making life tough for startups) outlines the problems of startups in the tech giants’ “kill-zone” – where investors will shy away from any company that might appear to be entering the big boys’ territory. (more…)
Social commerce is a fairly new concept where eCommerce and social media companies work together to deliver an exceptional shopping experience. Basically, the goal of social commerce is to enable shoppers to use social networks to make eCommerce transactions. (more…)
Video advertising spend on YouTube & Facebook to grow by 130% in just 5 years, says Juniper Research
New data from Juniper Research has found that advertising spend on FVOD (Free Video on Demand) content, such as media on YouTube and Facebook, will surge over the next 5 years, reaching $37 billion by 2022. This is up from an estimated $16 billion in 2017. (more…)
Gen Z tech research by CommScope shows ‘always-on’ mindset as 15% of city-dwellers check smartphones 30 times per hour
New global research from CommScope underscores why Generation Z is the most technology intimate and connection dependent in history, with unique viewpoints and expectations for the devices, technologies and people they depend on for their always-on lifestyle. (more…)
Cyber security concerns are high over personal data safety as survey shows 83% fear financial data hack
F5 Networks has released the results of a new study into the UK’s app-centric society and consumer behaviours. The research reveals over a quarter of Brits (26%) do not check app security measures before downloading them, (more…)
Last week was the 10-year anniversary of the iPhone. On 9th January 2007, Steve Jobs first announced that Apple was to launch a device that would ‘re-invent the phone’ and be like having ‘the internet in your pocket.’ At this time, the mobile industry was experiencing something of a stagnation. (more…)
Pokémon GO is just the tip of the mobile augmented reality (AR) gaming iceberg when it comes to user interest, according to a Vasona Networks survey of people who play the game. (more…)
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