Recently, KPMG published a report on ‘Top trends and predictions for 2015 and beyond’. It is a quarterly review of…
Imagine you have access to all your data and the latest versions of documents. In addition to discussion feeds, news,…
The inexorable rise of mobile apps continues apace. Research firm AppNation says we are downloading five new apps every month and we are using many more, for booking taxis and ordering take-away to monthly budgeting and improving our fitness.
Following its announcement at Cebit last month, the UK government’s investment in the Internet of Things now stands at £73 million.
When Facebook announced it was acquiring WhatsApp for US$19 billion, it certainly turned heads.
Anyone who reads business or marketing press will be more-than-familiar with the way in which social media is changing both: customer expectation and the organisation’s customer service. The power of customers, who have an array of instant, digital communication tools at their fingertips, has pushed customer experience to the top of most organisation’s priority lists.
In early January IBM announced the launch of its new Watson business unit.
From next year, the new UK primary school curriculum requires pupils to learn about programming.