April 22, 2015
Beacons have become the new black of 2015 — highly desired by retailers to enhance the customer experience.
Well, another technology, Augmented Reality (AR). is also gaining traction, although it’s more of an oldie that has come back in style.
Augmented Reality introduces new dynamics for strategy and analytics. Specifically, it offers opportunities for new customer...
April 6, 2015
Google has been incrementally making its workplace products more and more functional — all, it seems, with one goal in mind.
It would like to eat Microsoft Office 365’s lunch.
When it first launched Google Apps (now called Google for Work), the best feature was the cost. The products were free to use, although there was little in the way of service or advanced business functionality.
But that’s been changing. More...
March 24, 2015
Microsoft has forged several new partnerships with tabloid makers using the Android operating system, including Samsung and Dell.
Peggy Johnson, executive vice president for business development at Microsoft, said the deals extend Microsoft’s reach in the mobile world and extend its Mobile First, Cloud First strategy....
March 20, 2015
If you turned in your March Madness brackets earlier this week, chances are that that’s how you feel.
Fear not, you’re not alone. ESPN says 99 percent of the brackets submitted to their website were damaged by yesterday’s results.
Who would have thought the University of Alabama Blazers would beat the third seeded Iowa State Cyclones? Many expected Iowa State to be in the final four.
Or what were chances of UCLA knocking off SMU? Ditto for...
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March 5, 2015
No one has to tell you that mobile is one of the most important concepts in the digital landscape. Americans now spend 60 percent of their digital media time on mobile, according to comScore, an Internet analytics company.
If that’s not enough of an incentive to persuade you to create a mobile-friendly website, consider this: Starting April 21, Google will again...