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World War 3.0 is Here

December 1, 2016 • EMERGING TRENDS, BUSINESS & INNOVATION, SPECIAL FEATURES, Digital TransformationComments (1)

A new world of opportunity and convenience has opened up. But that said, so has the need for security over that greatly expanded surface. With Clavister underpinning their operations as the security choice, they feel confident that they’re helping their customers understand how critical it is to have great cyber security.   The new battlefield

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Sharing Strikes Back: A New Era of Urban Commoning

October 5, 2016 • EMERGING TRENDS, BUSINESS & INNOVATION, CULTURE & LIFESTYLE, Digital Transformation, Climate Change & SocietyComments (0)

By Duncan Mclaren And Julian Agyeman In this article, the authors offer three visions of modern sharing beyond that of the “sharing economy”: as a challenge to consumerism, as a revival of the ethos of the public sector, and as an inspiration for a

The Rise of Uber and the Sharing Economy

September 13, 2016 • BUSINESS & INNOVATION, CULTURE & LIFESTYLE, Digital TransformationComments (1)

By Jared Meyer The sharing economy clearly benefits workers and consumers. So why does opposition to innovative business models persist? The answer: entrenched interests continue to use government to suppress competition. You might also like: World War 3.0 is

The Strategic Role of Marketing-Related Technology in Politics and What Business can Learn from It

March 25, 2016 • EMERGING TRENDS, BUSINESS & INNOVATION, Digital Transformation, On US Election 2016Comments (1)

By Bruce Newman All organizations today need to use a wide array of databases available to learn everything they can about their target audience in an effort to make wise marketing decisions. The Obama Model has introduced the business world to a

Make it New: The History of Silicon Valley Design

February 4, 2016 • EMERGING TRENDS, BUSINESS & INNOVATION, Digital Transformation, Editor’s Choice, Unprotected PostComments (0)

By Barry M. Katz Barry Katz’s book Make it New: The History of Silicon Valley Design sets out to answer the question of how ‘design’ evolved from a marginal service to a strategic imperative. Drawing upon a vast array of original, primary-source

The Internet in China: How the Network is Shaping the PRC’s Economic and Social Landscape

February 4, 2016 • EMERGING TRENDS, BUSINESS & INNOVATION, CULTURE & LIFESTYLE, Digital Transformation, ChinaComments (1)

By Eric Harwit Chinese e-commerce and communications companies are playing leading roles in the nation’s continued Internet development. These corporations are expanding their roles in e-commerce, communications apps, and other fields that both support

The Open Organization: Igniting Passion and Performance

December 1, 2015 • BUSINESS & INNOVATION, Digital TransformationComments (0)

The Leader’s Role: Leverage Your Soap Box   By Jim Whitehurst In this edited excerpt from his book “The Open Organization: Igniting Passion and Performance”, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst discusses that by having capable, engaged people who recognize

What Does a 21st Century Enterprise Look Like?

September 30, 2015 • EMERGING TRENDS, BUSINESS & INNOVATION, Digital TransformationComments (0)

By Anant Gupta What do organisations need to learn to survive and thrive? As Anant Gupta sees it, they have to remodel themselves as a 21st century enterprise (21CE). In this article, Gupta discusses the five distinct characteristics of a 21CE and the core

India’s Lessons for Creating a Digital Business

September 30, 2015 • BUSINESS & INNOVATION, Digital Transformation, IndiaComments (1)

By Raghav Narsalay and Avnish Sabharwal As India rapidly moves into the digital era, leading Indian businesses are changing their business models to capture the opportunity. You might also like: Demonetisation: A Few Disturbing Questions An Unsettling New

Moore’s Law Continues to Drive Change

September 30, 2015 • EMERGING TRENDS, BUSINESS & INNOVATION, Digital TransformationComments (0)

By Daniel Burrus Moore’s Law states that the number of components in integrated circuits would double every two years. As a result, size would decrease while processing power increased. In this article, Daniel Burrus discusses about how digital advancement