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Will the computer mouse go the way of the rotary phone?

Ever hear stories about how when millennials, as children, were shown old rotary-dial telephones, they would press on the numbers instead of rotating the “dial” clockwise? (I’m not making this up.) Well, not many years from now, you can expect a blank stare from the recent college grads in your department when you sit them down in […]

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Why IT needs to focus on contents over containers

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Transforming the Regulatory Environment Through as-a-Service

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In 1962 Everett Rogers proposed a generalized model of technology adoption, which described how new ideas and technologies spread, in his book Diffusion of Innovations. The model is based on a Bell … [Continue Reading]

Driving adoption to maximise your digital workplace benefits

In part one of this series, I talked about defining successful digital workplace adoption for your organisation and identifying activities and behaviours to measure success. In this article, I am … [Continue Reading]

Virtual reality for enterprise marketers not quite reality yet

An increasing number of enterprise marketing departments are aggressively embracing -- and, in many cases, allocating marketing budget dollars toward -- emerging technologies. That's great; in fact, … [Continue Reading]

Tapping into digital minds in the London insurance market

Modernisation, disruption, innovation … These days you can’t move in the London insurance market without seeing the topic in the headlines or hearing it discussed. But talk is cheap, as they say, … [Continue Reading]

Staying Connected: Leveraging Data Across the Healthcare Enterprise

Population health has become one of the key priorities across healthcare. The question, therefore, is: How do you enable open access to data across entire healthcare systems to drive better insights … [Continue Reading]

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