The convergence of the Internet and mobility has made technology pervasive. So much so that many companies want to be seen as a 'tech player'. This is causing some confusion for the market in terms of what is the core business of the company in question. On the face of it Facebook and Google are […]
The enterprise end-game is in full swing. The main players including IBM, Cisco, EMC, Microsoft and HP to name a few are jostling for a piece of the datacentre and.the Cloud. They figure that the game is to be one of a handful of super-utilities serving mips and megabytes to the world's largest corporations. However […]
What happens when JLo, SuBo and Docomo are smashed into each other at high speeds in an acronym accelerator? You get SoMoClo. Such an outcome should in the acronym creation industry (aka marketing) be considered an unfortunate mutation and so be instantly discarded. However this one has escaped from the lab and will soon be […]
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Evangelical religions have known this for thousands of years. Google has known it for some time. And Ryanair certainly understands the notion. Let’s look at religion. Essentially a handful of members subsidise the benefits enjoyed by the majority of members. The people who attend church and make a contribution to the collection plate are in […]
In my FT column I recently wrote a piece on how some of the major online players are plummeting to new depths in respect of customer service. Click here to read my FT piece. What do you think?