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Digital Transformation: Creating magic in customer experience

November 3, 2016 by Paul Lewis

Magic does exist.  And I’m not just talking about the Vegas style extravaganza and Cirque de Soleil masterpieces. I’m including all magic; from that black & white plastic rabbit picture trick from a birthday magician for hire; to the coordinated

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Unlocking the value of the Internet of Things for business

November 3, 2016 by Gurvie Waraich

There’s a good chance you’ve recently stumbled on an article or two about the Internet of Things (IoT), and it’s not without reason as the topic continues to be one of the hottest technology trends today. It is predicted that

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An awesome apptrepreneur adventure: Part 3

May 17, 2016 by Peter Linder

Welcome to part three of a series examining the journey of an apptrepreneur (see also part 1 and part 2). In this post, we look at how a significant part of an app adventure is managing the project. If this is the first

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There’s an SD-WAN for that

May 4, 2016 by Michael Murphy

Banks would quickly lose customers if branch offices couldn’t connect to customers’ accounts. But for organizations that use Wide Area Networks (WAN), brownouts and blackouts have become a real fear factor. As the number of branches and remote employees increase

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An awesome apptrepreneur adventure: Part 2

April 11, 2016 by Peter Linder

Welcome to part two of my series following the journey of an apptrepreneur. In the first post, we examined the foundation for launching an app. Today let’s look at platforms and business models. Before you start creating an app, the


‘I bet the Woz has mood lighting’

March 18, 2016 by Paul Lewis

Aside from my laptop, my phone and my television, I lead a relatively non-technological home existence. I haven’t created a smart home with devices that control the temperature, the lighting, the sound system or the security. Nothing is connected into


Role of ICT professional critical in countering cyber threats

March 3, 2016 by Marlon Hylton

When it comes to cybersecurity, every member of an organization — from the receptionist to the chairman of the board — has an important role to play. As a result of some recent high-profile cyber attacks, boards and senior management


An awesome apptrepreneur adventure

March 3, 2016 by Peter Linder

Have you ever been teased by the idea of giving birth to a mobile app? If your answer is yes, you can look forward to a series of four posts taking you through the journey from initial idea to launch

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2016 IT predictions are cloudy

December 21, 2015 by Michael Murphy

The IT buzzword for the past couple of years has been “cloud”. Although the adoption of cloud has been gradual, 2015 felt like the year the cloud became a household name. And it’s not over yet. This focus on cloud

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How IT departments lose on IT training

December 11, 2015 by Louis Trahan

Though at first glance external IT training may seem like a straightforward proposition, it’s an area in which a great many IT organizations lose money, time and even production capabilities. Take the following case, for example: an IT employee in