5 Laws of Resilient Innovation

Disruptive technologies such as AI, machine learning, AR/VR, 5G, quantum computing, autonomous vehicles, et al., are further disrupting legacy companies struggling to keep up with evolving markets. Readers of my articles know I call this digital Darwinism, where technology and society incessantly evolve, introducing new and evolving capabilities and the resulting impact on benchmarks, behaviours...

Enterprises are missing out on making security an enabler not just a protector

So says digital anthropologist, analyst and TechRevolution guest contributor Brian Solis. In a new interview with Solis, he says that security is much more than making organizations safe: It’s a differentiator and an enabler.   Enterprises traditionally regard security as a must-do, cost-based overhead, part of running a secure and scalable IT infrastructure that can...

Can You Hear Me?” – How to Never Hear That Question in a Conference Meeting Again

The rise of the mobile workforce has created incredible flexibility for modern businesses and their employees. People work from home, on the road, and even while on vacation through laptops and mobile devices. However, this does make team communication considerably more complicated. Meeting participants are frequently spread all over the country. While chat can achieve...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Entrepreneurship For Software Engineers

As a software engineer, few things are more critical than minding your closing brackets and having an entrepreneurial mindset. Throughout history, engineering has been the one aspect of society that genuinely defines progress. The difference between scarcity and plenty is an engineer with ideas about farming equipment. The difference between mud huts and drywall houses...

Web-conferencing Innovations Pave the Way for Richer Customer Collaboration

Innovative underdog technologies have risen to the occasion numerous times. When information needed to be shared between team members in real-time, along came Slack and Dropbox. When emergency services needed better ways to locate people in trouble, along came emergency beacons that synced with GPS. Now, as face-to-face collaboration becomes increasingly relevant regardless of your...

Disruption and the concept of a technology “Middle Future”

We talk about disruption all of the time, but the major disruption that needs to happen is a reduction in attention, complexity and distance that often comes from disruptive technology. This does not mean less technology, it means less intrusive technology. However, a lot of our futures are created as glossy images of new utopias...

The 5 Most Impactful 2019 Predictions for the Future of Digital Marketing

The only constant in digital marketing is changing. Across the globe, brands are succeeding not by finding best practices and sticking with them, but through constant innovation and re-invention of existing practices. With 2019 quickly approaching, it’s time to take stock of the digital marketing landscape. Disruptive technologies have presented this landscape with more opportunities...

DNS Hosting: The Options

DNS servers are the backbone for any website. They are the link that allows consumers to visit the website. They are a significant deciding factor in how fast the website loads. They are crucial to providing security for the website and its visitors. For this reason, many businesses want to have more control over the...