Some 50 years ago today Star Trek aired for the first time and has remained on both the big and small screen ever since. The sci-fi show featured technology that was way ahead of its time, but has since become commonplace including portable storage devices.
Rafael Cortes, Foehn head of marketing, explains why voice and human interaction still play essential roles in the world of multi-channel business communications.
New research from Intrinsic has found that a large number of young employees prefer to address IT problems themselves rather than take it to IT.
Grocery shoppers have embraced mobile technology, as evidenced by device grocery search volumes growing 22 per cent in the second quarter of 2014 compared with the same quarter a year earlier, according to the British Retail Consortium.
Although device shipments grew 4.8 per cent in 2013, a further 6.9 per cent increase seems likely, according to Gartner.
The future explosion in the number of intelligent devices will create a network rich with information that allows supply chains to assemble and communicate in new ways.
The fact that everyone has their own mini supercomputer hasn’t escaped scientists. Here are six examples of how mobile technology is propelling medical and scientific advancements.
With so much change, both socially as well as in the workplace, owners and leaders of businesses have greater opportunities to succeed than ever before – and a truly global marketplace that we can tap into from our own very living rooms.
Online retailers aiming to maintain competitiveness need to live and breathe by the fact that not only is the customer king, but customer experience is the key to the kingdom. But when it comes to customer experience on tablet devices, there is more than meets the eye.