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Content is dead: Discuss Content is at the centre of today’s digital world, yet the people who make it are inclined to say with great confidence that content is worthless. How does that work? We have people in formerly rich, influential media companies — newspapers, magazines and lately TV —

The Marketo way: “Our mantra is marketing first”. Simply stated, the philosophy of marketing technology outfit Marketo is “marketing solutions for marketers, built by marketers.” So says its Australian and New Zealand managing director, Aden Forrest. That focus has not changed since the company was formed in 2006 by former

Samsung’s mobile payments play is more about Google than Apple Samsung’s purchase this week of mobile payments startup LoopPay has once again redrawn the landscape of the emerging mobile transactions space. According to Gilles Ubaghs, senior financial services analyst with Ovum, the Korean giant has not only thrown down the

Samsung’s mobile payments play is more about Google than Apple Samsung’s purchase this week of mobile payments startup LoopPay has once again redrawn the landscape of the emerging mobile transactions space. According to Gilles Ubaghs, senior financial services analyst with Ovum, the Korean giant has not only thrown down the

Twitter’s biggest problem is its customers … Consumers sit at the heart of the digital revolution. We know from McKinsey’s research that the benefits of digital disruption accrue mostly to the consumer, not the disrupter. And we can see how companies that put customer utility and experience at the heart

Open Data is already spawning to new businesses and huge value according to McKinsey & Company As much as a third of the three to five trillion dollars of economic value potentially released by the Open Data movement  in the next decade will come from establishing benchmarks to identify areas

Twitter’s biggest problem is its customers … Consumers sit at the heart of the digital revolution. We know from McKinsey’s research that the benefits of digital disruption accrue mostly to the consumer, not the disrupter. And we can see how companies that put customer utility and experience at the heart

Twitter’s biggest problem is its customers … Consumers sit at the heart of the digital revolution. We know from McKinsey’s research that the benefits of digital disruption accrue mostly to the consumer, not the disrupter. And we can see how companies that put customer utility and experience at the heart

Open Data is already spawning to new businesses and huge value according to McKinsey & Company As much as a third of the three to five trillion dollars of economic value potentially released by the Open Data movement  in the next decade will come from establishing benchmarks to identify areas

Samsung’s mobile payments play is more about Google than Apple Samsung’s purchase this week of mobile payments startup LoopPay has once again redrawn the landscape of the emerging mobile transactions space. According to Gilles Ubaghs, senior financial services analyst with Ovum, the Korean giant has not only thrown down the