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Organize for Innovation: Rethinking How We Work

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In Organize for Innovation, Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst reflects on the technological, social, and economic forces impacting the ways we work.

via Opensource.com

Exploring Blockchain Feature Application Potential

Exploring Blockchain Feature Application Potential

“Blockchain is often discussed as if it is one single technology. But it is really a combination of several distinct features – decentralization, distribution, cryptography, and automation – which are combined in different ways by different platforms.”

via World Economic Forum

Adopting Blockchain to Secure Cloud Services

Adopting Blockchain to Secure Cloud Services

Due to the popularity of the cloud for businesses and the fact that many are so unprepared concerning cybersecurity, some people are exploring specific ways to secure the cloud. The blockchain is one viable possibility for keeping valuable details safe from cybercriminals.

via World Economic Forum

Innovation Capital: An Emerging Source of Competitive Advantage

Innovation Capital: An Emerging Source of Competitive Advantage

“Our study of hundreds of S&P 500 CEOs shows some are better than others at building this quality that separates them from the pack, what we call innovation capital — an intangible capital that helps you win backing to turn novel ideas into reality.”

via Chief Executive

Why Mergers and Acquisitions are Declining in 2019

Why Mergers and Acquisitions are Declining in 2019

Greater market volatility, geopolitical tensions between the U.S. and China, Brexit anxiety in Europe, and economic headwinds precipitated a slowdown in M&A activity. Only 3,558 transactions worth $801.5B were registered in 1Q19, a 15% decrease compared to 1Q18 (5,085 deals worth $943.5B).

via Mergermarket

Digital Economy: How to Value the Internet

Digital Economy: How to Value the Internet

“Without a valid tool to measure the value of the digital economy, policymakers are left scratching their heads over how to manage it. That led a group of economists at MIT to develop a new tool to measure the benefits of the digital economy.”

via World Economic Forum

Digital Payments Reach $6.7 Trillion in B2B Transactions

Digital Payments Reach $6.7 Trillion in B2B Transactions

According to the latest worldwide market study by Juniper Research, B2B transactions processed by pureplay digital payment operators will reach $14 trillion by 2023 — that’s up from $6.7 trillion in 2018.

via Digital Lifescapes