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A decadesworth of consumer technology.


i did not keep a television for the twelve years i spent living alone, preferring books and music to the ghastly and limited broadcast offerings of the 1990s. 333 more words


The World is in my hands

A briefing by a major ICT name today. And an interesting audience but that’s a whole other story.

We were here to listen to how apps can change the enterprise. 258 more words


Watching the Mind

I now have my hands on a working Muse EEG headset. EEG headsets are a reimagining of existing technology that’s been available for the last several decades.  398 more words

Solving The Mind

Bring your own application (BYOA): Addressing the challenges

Recent research publications do suggest there is an increase in the number of employees using their own applications for work purposes. With so many publications discussing the ‘bring your own applications’ phenomenon but with many of them lacking any new insight or substance, it is no wonder that technologists and non-technologists alike look at the industry and find it befuddling. 724 more words

IT Strategy

Tomorrow's Future Today 2014: The End of IT's Monopoly on Trust

On 17th February 2014 I presented at the Tomorrow’s Future Today 24-hour online conference. The presentation explored the impact of Uber, TripAdvisor, Yelp and other consumer-oriented services on established (and legacy) “providers of trust such as guidebooks, regulators and establishments. 71 more words

Consumerisation – What Is It?

Consumerisation is being mentioned everywhere. It has been tipped as a new trend, when really it has been going on for some time. Consumerisation is a modern word that describes an age-old cycle of technology usage. 379 more words

Business Communications

Consumerisation - not just disrupting technology... but also support

Catching up with a few bits on Saturday I saw that Amazon recently launched a new device; the Kindle Fire HDX.

Ignoring the pretty decent specs of the tablet, one thing hit me between the eyes – the ‘Mayday’ button.  650 more words