Tag Archive | innovation

Why Open Innovation Success is Attracting More Followers

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Reaping the benefits of Open Innovation, such as lower R&D costs and shorter time to market, takes experience. Discipline and proper management are needed to ensure that risks and rewards are optimally allocated across the spectrum of actors involved. The choice of partner is also key.

via World Economic Forum

Transmedia: Video Storytelling is Still Missing Real Innovation

Welcome to the Future of Storytelling | Re/code

As consumers have shifted their viewing to interactive devices, creators are free of many of the limitations of broadcast television, but few have taken advantage of this fact. Why not embrace interactivity and innovate on formats that television simply cannot accommodate?

via Re/code

Get Ready for Open Source Software-Defined Everything

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Th­e data center of the future represents the potential for not only lowering costs, but also dramatically improving speeds and reducing the complexity of provisioning, deploying, and maintaining technology footprints. Software-defined everything can elevate infrastructure investments, from costly plumbing to competitive differentiators.

via Deloitte Digital

Why Mobile Cloud will Become the Great Disruptor of 2015

Mobile Cloud

One by one, more industries are being disrupted by the strategic use of mobile and cloud technology plays, as savvy new competitors seek ways to shift consumer preference to favor their online digital offering. The emerging Mobile Cloud phenomena will eventually disrupt the enterprise IT arena.

via Digital Lifescapes

Digital Business Transformation – Why it’s Top of Mind in 2015

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As digital transformation takes hold, many companies struggle to find company champions, understand digital proficiency levels, and topple rigid hierarchies. It’s about future investments in new markets and opportunities, but only if companies understand how to use technology as a liberating force.

via World Economic Forum

Digital Business Transformation – the Five Key Trends for 2015

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The Accenture Technology Vision 2015 maps out five key trends — The Internet of Me, Outcome Economy, Platform (R)evolution, Intelligent Enterprise and Workforce Reimagined.

via Accenture

Cloud Computing is a Digital Engine for Open Innovation

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Total public cloud computing — SaaS, PaaS and IaaS — spending in Australia is forecast to grow from A$909.2 million in 2014 to over A$1.7 billion in 2018, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.2% — that’s 8 times the growth rate of the overall IT services market.

via IDC


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