Three things to get you thinking about how the culture of technology is changing the way corporate executives need to approach software products and corporate communications. Using a lens of Apple Pay vs MCX/CurrentC, it’s easy to see how MCX executives failed to understand this new cultural reality.
A new perpective on the role of the CIO driven by the app economy and a first look at the results of the Apple/IBM “mobile first” partnership. Last week’s post on the Apple Watch got retweeted a few hundred times, so it’s here again as are three new insightful posts I wrote this week on the changing business models emerging from the app economy.
A major challenge to fitness wearables improving our health is integrating the fitness value into the insurance landscape. The integration can only happen if it’s easier to create the software that brings it all together. Here’s a way to make it faster, better, and cheaper to execute innovative insurance models.
App notifications are one of the most important emerging mobile trends as they unbundle commerce from the app creating new channels for brands to connect with customers and enrich know-your-customer programs.
CA Technologies and BIO-key have a solution that exceeds DEA requirements for electronic prescription issuance incl. multi-factor authentication, SSO, and biometric-secured access to EMR systems.
Where are the opportunities in social? Social computing began with personal connections themed for work, play, and interests. Location is just emerging as an opportunity. Next should be time.