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Australia needs a broader social capacity for digital entrepreneurship. Our digital payday won’t deliver itself Let’s talk facts. The digital revolution, with all its optimistic projections,  opportunistic disruptions, and imaginative thinking, is far from  fulfilling its potential for growth. The World Economic Forum earlier this year said digitisation was on

It’s not the threat from one smart kid — we live in a world of disruptive ubiquity In an era when anyone can engage the means of production at peppercorn rents, corporations need to stop focusing on the single new upstart with a clever idea and realise they live in

Australia needs a broader social capacity for digital entrepreneurship. Our digital payday won’t deliver itself Let’s talk facts. The digital revolution, with all its optimistic projections,  opportunistic disruptions, and imaginative thinking, is far from  fulfilling its potential for growth. The World Economic Forum earlier this year said digitisation was on

Still think the Twitter IPO was a good bet? Twitter, as Statista once famously observed – has a quitter problem and that has serious implications for its growth potential. And for its share price. Since peaking at $73.31 on boxing day last year Twitter has lost a third of its value

Web versus Bank. A very spooky thought Something unusual is happening. China’s internet industry is taking on its banks. This is really interesting for two reasons. First, people in banking have assumed that regulators would not allow internet players into the savings system. Second, it’s an obvious play.  As the

Australia needs a broader social capacity for digital entrepreneurship. Our digital payday won’t deliver itself Let’s talk facts. The digital revolution, with all its optimistic projections,  opportunistic disruptions, and imaginative thinking, is far from  fulfilling its potential for growth. The World Economic Forum earlier this year said digitisation was on

Samsung buys a seat at the IOT table Obviously not content to put a smartphone into the pocket of everyone on Earth, Samsung is now casting its net wider and looking to extend into every device you might conceivably imagine. The company bought US Internet of Things startup SmartThings over

Case study: A decade in the making, Salmat extends its digital transformation into the cloud Australia’s leading B2C marketing services company Salmat has supercharged its digital services through a partnership with US based data-tech company Teradata as it continues the decade long digital transformation of its operations and relationships. It

Creating the ultimate digital proposition for a city The Ultimate Digital Proposition (UDP) portrays a destination such as a city as an integrated digital productivity hub — one with a thriving digital economy where digital businesses can start and thrive, intellectual property is developed and products are brought to market.

Samsung buys a seat at the IOT table Obviously not content to put a smartphone into the pocket of everyone on Earth, Samsung is now casting its net wider and looking to extend into every device you might conceivably imagine. The company bought US Internet of Things startup SmartThings over