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Too many enterprises still not doing mobile apps right

Apple released the first iPhone less than 10 years ago — on June 29, 2007, to be precise. Yet so integral has mobile technology become to our personal and work lives, it feels like we’ve always been in the mobile era. So how come so many enterprise employees remain dissatisfied with the mobile tools they’re provided […]

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Long has civilization imagined and reimagined the city of the future. In 1900, French artist Jean Marc Cote produced a series of fascinating illustrations envisioning “France in the Year 2000,” a … [Continue Reading]

The chance of a lifetime

On Tuesday 8th March 2016, 10pm French time, the home phone rang. The caller, a friend and CSC Distinguished Engineer, asked for me. “Hey Martin, dya have a moment?” “Er, OK, what’s up?” (We work on … [Continue Reading]

Computing, without a server 

Serverless Computing… I find this to be a confusing term.  The definition of serverless computing is that it doesn’t mean there is no computing infrastructure – it’s just that the “consumers” don’t … [Continue Reading]

What elements go into Apple iOS security?

Apple users are now either happily picking up or awaiting delivery of their new iPhone 7s. That makes now an ideal time to review the many security elements in iPhone hardware and software … [Continue Reading]

How organizations can prepare for emerging tech — and why they should

Do you ever find yourself talking to inanimate objects? My husband does it all the time, and I do it occasionally. My children like to talk to the DVD player, laptop, phone, TV and any digital … [Continue Reading]

3 keys to surviving transformation in the insurance industry

Key shifts in the insurance industry are precipitating deep, disruptive waves of change. These shifts have insurers rethinking every aspect of the business, from their relationship with customers, … [Continue Reading]

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