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Digital Darwinism

tedshelton
Digital Darwinism - when technology and society evolve faster than a company’s ability to adapt - is a very real phenomenon. Technology has changed everything about how people connect, communicate, and ultimately make decisions as consumers. The key challenge is for businesses to meet the call of these new, connected customers…or face extinction.
Digital Darwinism

How Technology Pricing Is Going to Affect Your Business

Alex Coley
I've always needed to be clear on pricing. And I've never known an industry where pricing changes more than in tech. When pricing was simple, products were arbitrary. Now pricing is complex but the options are near infinite. Where is technology pricing going next?
How Technology Pricing Is Going to Affect Your Business

How Social Media Can Influence Health and Weight

PaisleyHansen
Our world is obsessed with weight loss and the honest truth is people are posting it on their social profiles. A weight loss education can actually be found on your friends social profiles and if not them pay attention to companies that center their business model around weight loss. Let the social web make you thinner and healthier than ever before just by being active online!
How Social Media Can Influence Health and Weight

Does Apple Pay Spell the End for Banks?

Chris Measures
The launch of Apple Pay in the US this week is the newest threat to traditional banks. So what can banks do to out-innovate the likes of Apple? And can they change a culture still built on retail, branch-based banking to reflect a modern, mobile-first lifestyle?
Does Apple Pay Spell the End for Banks?

What’s Behind Hubspot’s IPO and Infusionsoft's $55 Million Financing?

danfreeman
Two huge events shook the world of marketing technology last week and demonstrated the continued determination to harness marketing data to improve marketing and sales processes. On October 6th, Infusionsoft―makers of marketing automation software serving the small business sector―announced a new $55 million round of funding.
What’s Behind Hubspot’s IPO and Infusionsoft's $55 Million Financing?

Wearables in the Enterprise: CIO Implications

bvellmure
In my last post, I highlighted the imminent penetration of wearables into society, considering some of the broader implications. In this post, I’d like to narrow in a bit on the topic of wearables in the enterprise, and the implications this will have on the CIO.
Wearables in the Enterprise: CIO Implications

33 Thought-Provoking Quotes to Awaken Your Inner Innovator

Ekaterina
When we grow up we are taught that innovation is something special. To be an entrepreneur, you somehow have to be different. Being an entrepreneur and an innovator, they say, requires a particular approach, personality, training, the list goes on. I think this is wrong!
33 Thought-Provoking Quotes to Awaken Your Inner Innovator

Apple Watch, Wearable Tech, and the Social Media Future

BradFriedman
The newest wearable tech from Apple arrives in stores in early 2015, giving you plenty of time to check out the specs, see what all the hype is about, recover from any potential “the future is now” moments you encounter along the way, and ponder how things could change in the next few months for wearable tech, social media, and life as we know it.
Apple Watch, Wearable Tech, and the Social Media Future

The Digitization of Everything: Wearables Rising

bvellmure
Since the early days of computing, ever shrinking computers have been on a collision course towards human integration. The distinction between what is physical and digital continues to dissolve. I observed a friend of mine the other day had 6 devices on his person; 2 phones, 2 tablets, a fitbit, and a laptop. But, even those devices are being “splintered” down even further. The numbers of sensors (tiny little computers) embedded within today’s mobile devices are exploding.
The Digitization of Everything: Wearables Rising

TED at IBM Offers Ideas to Inspire

LoriRichardson
Because I am the type of person who could spend a whole weekend listening to TED talks, I was thrilled to hear about and listen to #TEDatIBM this week. The person who inspired me most was Lisa Seacat Deluca who is an IBM’er, and not just any: she is IBM’s most prolific female inventor and a mobile software engineer.
TED at IBM Offers Ideas to Inspire