The point of the Internet of things is services, not products
See on www.businessweek.com
Cloud Computing’s role in this revolution is one of security. Because of services like desktop hosting which allows the entire desktop environment of your office pc to be run on any device with a large enough screen and internet connectivity, that fear of data breach has been lessened somewhat.
See on www.cloudtweaks.com
Not only are huge volumes of data/content being communicated through mobile networks, but there has been unexpected growth in related communications and transactions, such as:
—Salesforce.com getting 60 percent of its “transaction volume” from mobile devices
—Pandora delivering 60 percent of its music minutes to mobile devices
—Facebook getting 30 percent of its traffic from mobile
—Twitter getting 55 percent of tweets from mobile
See on www.xconomy.com
Value and economics of information (infonomics)
Why should and how can we inventory, measure and quantify their information assets?How can information’s value be used to justifying and gauge the ROI of information-related initiatives, as well as other IT and business initiatives?How can we manage information as an actual corporate asset?
See on blogs.gartner.com
See on Scoop.it – Corporate Challenge of Big Data
Guest post written by Quentin Gallivan Quentin Gallivan is CEO of Pentaho Corp., Consumers are shopping across multiple channels from brick-and-mortar stores to catalogs, online websites and mobile devices. The omni-channel shopping revolution has put the customer in charge, and retailers are scrambling to adopt a single, seamless approach that lets them interact with their customers anytime and anywhere, across any and all channels.
See on www.forbes.com