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Enterprise Insight Blog & Updates
Google Glass is an experiment in more ways than one – a product that is an extension of existing heads-up displays but more interestingly an experiment into how big companies can crowdsource and crowd-market new products. Kudos Google, if it works.
Samsung is on the road to new peripheral products, this time a Google Glass look-a-like. But while Google looks the most obvious target, might it also be taking aim at a company that has yet to step onto many people’s radar in consumer goods.
Adobe Marketing Summit and Oracle OpenWorld both took place recently. It’s another month until Dreamforce, but I expect similar announcements to be made there. These giants are all building “suites” for cross-channel customer engagement through a series of acquisitions and integration with their existing offerings (see Figure 1). Among the pieces, each has bought […]
These are fascinating times at Apple as the Cupertino company takes on its second heavyweight executive from the world of high fashion. Meanwhile Samsung continues to crank out new . What’s going on?
Co-written with: Susan Etlinger, Rebecca Lieb, Andrew Jones, Linda Saindon, Brian Solis, and Ed Terpening The not-so-long awaited Twitter S-1 is out and now the intense scrutiny begins. At the heart of the analysis is what drives Twitter’s growth and value — both today and in the future. As the last of the “Big Three” social networks […]