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Calling a topic "relevant to all companies and sectors" is bold. It is with these words that Peter Mockler, managing partner of BearingPoint, chose to introduce Digital Ecosystem Management (DEM) when he opened the BearingPoint Infonova global DEM summit on 27 September 2016.

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eCommerce has remained a continuous growth story since the new millennium. In 1999, eCommerce accounted for less than 1% of US retail sales. This figure rose to about 8.4% by the third quarter of 2016. Behind this growth trajectory are the driving forces of ubiquitous connectivity and of increasing trust in online retailers. While still only a fra...

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16 Jan 2017  |  Global

Building Trust in Consumer-Facing IoT Systems

European Commission proposes individual privacy in General Data Protection Regulation

The European Commission (EC) has proposed new rules in its Regulation of Privacy and Electronic Communication, an update of ePrivacy directives last amended in 2009. The proposed rules will be debated by the European Parliament for implementation in line with the 25 May 2018 timeline for the General Data Protection Regulation. Because they are re...

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16 Jan 2017  |  Global

How Blockchain will Disrupt the Payment Industry

Blockchain, the innovative protocol building on a rich history of technologies

You probably already heard about blockchain, Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and distributed ledger, but you might not fully understand the concept and technologies behind these solutions. Let's start from the beginning to better understand the existing and future impact of these technologies to the payment ecosystem.

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A recent Frost & Sullivan survey of experts from 32 European cities concluded that "The Quest for Commercial Sustainability Continues." As an authority in the field of smart cities, Frost & Sullivan is astutely aware that probably the greatest challenge is to find economically self-sustaining models. This problem applies to publicly funded smart ci...

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Smart cities, as defined by Frost & Sullivan, have eight smart parameters: sub-segments of smart energy, smart mobility, smart buildings, smart infrastructure, smart technology, smart healthcare, smart governance, and smart citizens. A smart city, as the term suggests, is indeed sitting on a foundation of sensor-ridden infrastructure and piles of d...

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The sharing economy has long established itself in everyday life. Disruptive digital platform companies such as Uber and AirBnB have emerged. Uber is disrupting taxi companies and traditional car manufacturers such as BMW, and AirBnB is disrupting traditional hotels. These innovators are demonstrating that the value of asset ownership as a competit...

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07 Oct 2016  |  Europe

Biometrics: The key to your digital identity?

Digital Identity solutions are quickly evolving to better fit consumer's requirements

According to Cisco, the number of mobile-connected devices per capita will reach 1.5 units by 2020. There will be 11.6 billion mobile-connected devices by 2020 globally, including M2M modules—exceeding the world's projected population at that time (7.8 billion). As a result, the need to be strongly identified when accessing cloud-based platforms ...

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Frost & Sullivan has been researching the emergence of real-time cities for several years. At the heart of the topic, the convergence of data from different domains is gaining momentum. Cities are publishing an increasing range of their own data sources internally and externally to provide better information and enable better decision making. Ope...

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