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  • Tech Trends 2014: Wearables
    Wearables hold possibilities for driving down costs and increasing competitiveness. What could it mean for your organization?
  • Shift Index organizational self-assessment tutorial
    Our 2013 Shift Index findings indicate that US firm performance has declined over the past four decades. Understand how well your organization is ready for the Big Shift by taking this 20-minute tutorial.
  • The internet of things ecosystem: Unlocking the business value of connected devices
    Read about strategies ‒ for both enterprise adopters and IoT providers ‒ to unlock the business value of connected devices.
  • The state of mobile security
    Even after implementing mobile device use policies and technology controls,
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    results of a recent Deloitte poll.
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    Technology and too much access have turned us into "overwhelmed" employees. Nearly every company sees this as a challenge to individual productivity and overall performance, but struggles to handle it.
  • The new economics of rugged devices
    Smartphones and tablets are now more resilient, which means deploying rugged devices to the field force is now less expensive.
  • Smaller tablets, bigger smartphones: Finding the right mix for your workforce
    As the options for tablets and smartphones multiply, CIOs need to assess the trade-offs between standardization and the greater diversity associated with a BYOD approach.
  • Rising tide: Exploring pathways to growth in the mobile semiconductor industry
    Multiple drivers of growth are converging on the mobile semiconductor industry. To compete in the mobile 4G era, it will be important for companies to transition from traditional, closed business models to a more open, collaborative approach, using open innovation and platform leadership strategies to gain ground in emerging mobile growth markets.
  • Digital marketing and the mind of the CMO
    As adoption of digital media and devices surges, companies are investing billions of dollars in digital marketing. The rising importance of digital media, marketing, and commerce is elevating the importance of the chief marketing officer (CMO) as strategist, innovator, and buyer of advisory services and technology.
  • Mixing a tall postdigital cocktail
    The CIO of a global purveyor of wine and spirits deploys a potent mix of technologies to engage customers and transform internal collaboration.
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