Digital business transformation is a concept that tends to be in the eye of the beholder. In fact, business and technology service providers usually have different interpretations of what’s involved.
Digital business transformation is the biggest business disruptor of our age. Consider that the world’s top accommodations provider owns no real estate, and the world’s biggest taxi company launched without owning a single car.
Any time a reseller considers bringing a new device into the mix, there needs to be some compelling rationale. Often the conversation can be reduced to a single question: Who are the users?
The latest generation of so-called smart digital signage solutions have solidified the idea of embedding media players and software right inside digital signage displays, setting a new standard for the technology.
According to a recent GfK survey commissioned by Samsung, 85 percent of teachers agreed that virtual reality (VR) would have a positive effect on their students.
Early in my career, when businesses selected a mobile computing device for their workforce, it was a simple choice of what size laptop was ideal. In today’s mobile world, faced with a vast choice of devices offering various form factors and running different operating systems, the decision is a little more complex.