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Mobile devices and apps are driving a revolution in healthcare

The explosion of data over the past decade has been driven in large part by the proliferation of mobile devices and the growth of rich mobile apps ecosystems. 320 more words


The power of mobile and the digital world in our pockets

It is hard to imagine a world without mobile computing. It’s funny to think back to when getting excited about technology was considered nerdy. These days, almost everyone is keen on the latest in devices particularly those of the mobile variety. 44 more words

Digital Business

When will 5G arrive?

Recently came across this interesting post on what 5G will mean for Consumers. In summary:

  • Significantly faster data speeds: 10 Gbps, compared to one gigabit per second (max) with 4G.
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Location services move indoors: Apple's iBeacon

An incidental headline in Outsell’s information market monitoring email brought my attention to Apple’s new iBeacon technology, announced last year.

We’ve long been used to the idea that the smart devices we carry around with us might/can detect nearby things of interest: for example, alerting us to an offer from a store nearby. 529 more words


[EN] Interesting thoughts on technology in the Enterprise, the Cloud and Shadow IT

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Interesting thoughts on technology in the Enterprise, the Cloud and Shadow IT.

Whether it be budgetary constraints, technical limitations, security concerns or performance issues, not every application will make it to the cloud.

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SaaS の調査:B2B 形式 から B2C 形式 へと、セールス・モデルが変化している

SaaS Pricing: SaaS Sales Models Shifting from B2B to B2C

Dick Weisinger – Feb 11, 2015


More than a quarter (27.8%) of enterprise applications are expected to be SaaS-based by 2018, generating $50.8 billion, up 16% from $22.6 billion in 2013. 300 more words

On Monday

I Need the Cloud to Survive! And you might too...

I need the cloud to survive. And I’m not alone. I’ll explain.

The thought crossed my mind when I installed Evernote Scannable on my iPhone. Now, I’ve been an Evernote user for quite some time and put everything in there from work ‘to do’ lists, travel plans, packing lists, artwork drawn by my kids and recipes for dinners I’ll never make. 390 more words