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  • Be in charge of your device batteries…

    Mobile phones and laptops have long been with us and battery life has become an important everyday concern.
  • Improving Website's Performance - Part 2

    A technical approach at increasing and attracting traffic to your website is to give the end user a great experience and this can be achieved by increasing the overall performance of your website.
  • Social Impact of Exponential Technologies

    Call it corporate social responsibility 2.0: Organizations are looking to use exponential technologies to drive social change and unlock new business opportunities.
  • Realising Digital Advertising’s Potential

    For marketers, online advertising presents significant opportunities but also persistent challenges. How can CMOs drive solutions, protect their brands, and optimise digital dollars?
  • Mobile devices and mobile marketing

    Generation, population and mobile devices. How can we reach more users via mobile phones and what technologies should we be looking at?
  • Vinyl: A Billion-Dollar Nostalgia Niche

    Buyers from millennials to Baby Boomers are purchasing vinyl, although listening to music may not be the primary motivation. For some, vinyl is a unique form of expression in a digital age.
  • IT and real-world applications

    As the ancient Greek philosopher Plato said, “Necessity is the mother of invention”, and this is no less valid in the world of IT.
  • A blueprint for digital identity

    The digital economy requires new approaches to user identification, and financial services firms are positioned to lead the way.
  • Millennials conflicted about automation

    As automation in the workplace rapidly becomes a force to be reckoned with, millennials are taking notice, according to a recent Deloitte Global study.
  • What has the internet really given us?

    The internet has changed our lifestyles - at a glance, it has definitely improved our lives and brought us many benefits. The internet is a medium that lets us do anything from shopping, seeing parts of the world we have never seen, socializing, learning new things - the list goes on and on. Nevertheless, as Newton’s Law of motion states that “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”, the progress that the internet has given us is not without repercussion.