Courtesy Accenture. As noted in Fjord's "The Era of Living Services" report, we are already used to the ability of smart mobile devices to quickly respond to our "liquid" demands, and those expectations are only likely to increase with time, the organization says.
Courtesy Accenture. As noted in Fjord's "The Era of Living Services" report, we are already used to the ability of smart mobile devices to quickly respond to our "liquid" demands, and those expectations are only likely to increase with time, the organization says.

Published: December 14th, 2015


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They share more information online, and expect it to have more of an impact. They would like to see AIs that can act as teachers, medical advisors, companions, and personal assistants, and look

Published on: December 9th, 2015 Eric Emin Wood

Chekkt aims to be a new Amazon or eBay for B2B buyers

For B2B buyers on the hunt for a software solution, combing through technical manuals and wading through vendor websites can be tedious work – and for small businesses and startups, it’s often just

Published on: July 22nd, 2014 Candice So

What the consumerization of big data means for data scientists

By Cameron Graham, TechnologyAdvice No doubt you've heard the term “big data” or “data analytics” more than a few times in the past year. Driven in part by a cloud-computing price war between

Published on: April 11th, 2014 TechnologyAdvice

Can you BYOD to work? Nearly 60 per cent of Canadians believe they can

Fifty-nine per cent of Canadian employees believe they are allowed to use their own personal device for work, according to a joint study by Dell and Intel.That's only the workers' perception of BYOD

Published on: July 25th, 2012 ITBusiness Staff

8 tech trends to watch for 2012

2012 may be the year the tablet market gets a reality check, the cloudgets personal, Ultrabooks and Near Field Communication get a biggerpush, Windows 8 finally sees the light of day, and Research

Published on: December 12th, 2011 Christine Wong

CIOs must not fight IT consumerization, says Google CIO

In a recent issue of Bloomberg Businessweek, Google CIO Ben Fried penned an ode to letting go.That may sound a bit "Zen Buddhist," but it's becoming a critical message for the modern CIO.

Published on: October 4th, 2011