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Tactical thinking has traditionally been low in the pecking order of management concepts, as academics and consultants tend to preach the importance of strategic long-term thinking, hierarchical organising, and systematic execution. Vision and mission would inform strategy, and strategy determined tactics.

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The burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) has entered an intense period of power negotiations that will determine the winners and losers in this multi-trillion-dollar market. Commercial activity is building around a few pan-industry, mega-platforms (Exhibit 1), and hundreds of specialist and vertical-specific platforms clustered around them.

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As the New Year begins, the editorial team at the Manufacturing Leadership Council offers its predictions for the year ahead. Contributors to this blog include David R. Brousell, Jeff Moad, Sankara Narayanan, and Paul Tate.

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03 May 2016  |  Europe

Mobile Pulse Meeting on Smart Cities by the Norwegian Computer Society -Impressions, April 2016

Opportunities for Municipalities and Technology Service Providers to Advance the Smart City Vision in Norway

On 5 April 2016, The Norwegian Computer Society hosted an evening event in Oslo on smart cities. Guro Røed of Link Mobility and the Mobile Strategy Working Group of the Norwegian Computer Society kicked off the event.

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03 May 2016  |  Europe

Robots at Work - Impressions from The Digital and Social Media Leadership Foundation Event, March 2016

Security and Careful Engagement to be Cornerstones of Artificial Intelligence Development

On 30 March 2016, The Digital and Social Media Leadership Foundation (DSMLF) hosted the “Robots at Work” event. Speakers and panellists from Deloitte UK, IBM Watson, Vidrona, and London Futurists attracted a keen, technology-interested crowd to explore the potential impact of robotics on companies, industries, and society at large.

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25 Apr 2016  |  Europe

Blockchains - Redefining Cybersecurity in a Digital Environment

Complete, Flexible, Stable, and Independent TSM Solutions to Sustain Growth Momentum

Blockchains are a new solution to a fundamental question in the digital world: How do you establish trust between parties over the Internet's untrusted network? More specifically, how do you obtain perfect, simultaneous, and shared data between a number of different people, devices, or businesses?

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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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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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Blockchain, the underlying digital ledger technology for Bitcoin, has been gaining popularity as institutions from diverse backgrounds start to test and measure its potential impact. The World Economic Forum predicts that 10% of the world’s gross domestic product will be stored on blockchains by 2025.

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