Interactivity/on-demand and personalization goes hand in hand. Interactivity is not a family experience. Interactivity is not only about video consumption. It is about taking national advertising through local to personal ads as an instrumental part of the business model transformation.
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What can we expect when every screen is integrated into one holistic experience?
what happens when an entire industry refuses to listen to most of its customers? Many organizations have in different ways tried to address the first-release digital window gap that is purposefully designed and maintained by the cinema industry and it is an example of their persistent refusal to listen to their customers. Kevin Spacey puts it bluntly, “Give consumers what they want, when they want it and in the format they want it”.
Verizon Communications announced this week that it is to buy out Vodafone’s 45 percent ownership in Verizon Wireless and take complete control of the North American mobile operator in a deal worth USD 130 billion. That is more than the annual GDP of more than 70 percent of the countries on the planet. So given that, who really cares and why?
From a business perspective, convergence changes markets by transforming industry sectors, blurring historical market boundaries, changing the composition and range of possible market offerings, and challenging the robustness of previously successful business strategies.
What does mobile first mean across different sectors when all devices are mobile and applications are cloud-based and designed for mobile?
Thousands of books have been written about leadership and leaders, and many theories have been developed in the fields of management and psychology. In this post, I will discuss the type of leadership that will be needed in the Networked Society.
WebRTC brings real-time communication to your web browser. The technology proves that it is easier to add real-time communications to a web app than it is to make that web app look good. The communications paradigm has changed from complicated technology to seamless experience and its time to take notice.
With currently 1.7 billion mobile broadband subscriptions globally (Ericsson Mobility Report, June 2013) and data usage growing fast, the basic notions of “coverage” and “capacity” are proving more important than ever.
The technology being invented in Silicon Valley is not incremental but disruptive. A great example of this is Joyent’s new product. Manta is storage in the cloud but what makes it different from Amazon’s S3 service is that with Mantra you can also execute jobs.