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09/01/2016

Striking a balance between security and productivity -- an impossible dream?

The Shape of Shopping in 2016: Holiday Shopping Trends Inform the Coming Year
by Elena Perez
We’ve made it through that time of year again, when consumers struggle to manage busy schedules, tightening budgets and the pressure to bolster holiday memories with the perfect gift. For the trend watchers among us, the holiday season also turns out to be the most wonderful time of year to gain some insight into current shopping behaviors. How were
shoppers shopping this season, and what can that tell us about the year ahead?

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Striking a balance between security and productivity -- an impossible dream?
by Jon Collins
Security and personal productivity do not make comfortable bedfellows. To understand why goes to the roots of what business is all about. Business can be measured in two ways: effectiveness and efficiency. Effectiveness refers to doing the right things, for example creating the right products and services, or closing the necessary number of sales. Efficiency means doing things right, that is, achieving results without unnecessary overheads. In personal terms this equates to productivity — or, simply put, how much time is spent in a day achieving results, versus doing things with no apparent business value?

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The Internet of what?
by Ed Simnett
At the launch of Orange Silicon Valley’s new IoT lab last week, Peter Marx, the CTO of Los Angeles, spoke about some of the challenges facing him as a he makes Los Angeles a smart city (one of his first fun observations was that no-one wants to live in a dumb city). The city as a digital platform is going to drive the future. Even as we become more connected, more and more people are choosing to live in cities. The World Health Organization estimates that worldwide 54% of people live in cities (this up from 34% only a generation ago).

Continue reading at research.gigaom.com


This post is sponsored by Samsung. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Consultant eBusiness, SRU-Electronics, International Research

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