With traditional banks adopting digital services and digital-only providers, like Atom and Fidor, pressuring the big players, who will win the battle of the banks in 2016? John Rakowski, director of technology strategy at AppDynamics, argues that, as consumers start to engage with their banks mostly via apps and online services, organisations will have to place more of a focus on software performance to ensure they are constantly giving customers the best experience possible.
Following the success of last year’s Christmas Shopper Simulator, UK retailer GAME has launched a sequel to its popular sim game.
Online advertising has expanded from a nascent industry into a powerhouse over the past decade and a half. It now generates over a million jobs in the EU-28 economy, and contributes more than € 100 billion of gross value added (GVA).
Disney has teamed up with Google to launch a new virtual reality experience on Google Cardboard, ahead of the premiere of ‘Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens ‘in Cinemas next month.
2016 will see the rise of the organic tech industry, machines will monitor employee performance and the ‘zettabyte era’ will begin as the world will churn out more than a trillion gigabytes, according to new predictions from The Economist.
IBM has launched a retail app powered by its AI tool Watson to help make the holiday season easier for shoppers.
Microsoft has pulled the plug on its failed music service, Zune, officially ending the war with Apple’s iPod that it lost nearly a decade ago anyway.
US police pulled over one of Google’s self-driving cars this week for driving slowly, but there was no traffic infraction.
As companies become aware of a seismic shift towards digital, they’re investing considerable money into assembling dynamic digital marketing teams. But who exactly are the key players, and what do they contribute? A new blog from the London School of Marketing focuses on how successful campaigns are executed and the key players in a top marketing team.
Microsoft is slashing storage space for its OneDrive users, claiming that a “small number of users” abused the limitless storage offering.