Now is the time for advertising to start experimenting with technology that can create immersive brand experiences.
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- Global businesses are about to integrate their operations into a seamless digital whole, and thereby change the world.
- The security of barriers is based not just on keeping people out, but on watching people who come in. For further insights, read “Safety in the Cloud.”
- Today’s rapidly changing technology environment often has boards scrambling to keep up. The best way to do so lies in recruiting more digital expertise while improving the quality of conversations.
- How incumbent banks can respond to the startups and other firms disrupting their industry.
- Why companies need directors with technological expertise.
- Many companies have not adapted to the deep connection their customers and employees have with their mobile devices.
- Some examples, past and present, of how good design overcomes complexity. See also “Your Employees’ User Experience Should Be a Strategic Priority.”
- In his new book, Douglas Rushkoff reacts to rising inequality and the threat of automation by proposing a new social operating system that distributes wealth more equitably.
- If machines and robots are poised to displace humans in the office, why do so many people have jobs?
- Selectionnist.com has created a Web-based bridge between print magazines and online shopping.
- More companies — in a variety of industries — are acquiring digital agencies, reflecting the marriage of technology and marketing.
- Employee self-control and subtle prompts from employers can turn the hours spent getting to and from the office into productive time.
- Intel’s Andy Grove pioneered high-stakes, high-speed, high-tech manufacturing — and breathed life into Moore’s Law.
- The next generation of cybersecurity prevents attacks by monitoring online behavior — of intruders, customers, and everyone else. See also “How to Use Cybersecurity to Gain a Competitive Advantage.”
- Companies everywhere pay too little attention to the implicit messages — about productivity, commitment, and capabilities — that are sent by their own software interfaces. See also "What Good User Experience Looks Like.”
- With few businesses prepared for Industry 4.0, it’s time to hone your strategy for emerging technology.
- Today’s Russian trendsetters are Silicon Valley–style entrepreneurs determined to make their ventures work — and to pull their country’s economy forward, no matter what.
- A global survey of business leaders shows how the smartest companies develop and wield their technology strategy.