Category Archives: data

Numbers Are Telling Your Innovation Stories: Are You Listening?

In today’s market, companies that do not innovate do not thrive. Innovation has become a crucial component of a successful strategic plan. Therefore, I packed my bags and headed to the Back End of Innovation (BEI) conference, ready to hone my innovation skills. In collective acknowledgement of the difficulties of this end of the process, ...

Innovation Should Not Ignore Privacy or Security Risks

Will new laws ignore privacy dangers inherent in self-driving cars? Even as the country still reels from revelations that almost 2.5 million more people were affected by the recent Equifax than previously thought (bringing the current total up to 145.5 million), the senate has introduced legislation regarding advanced testing and deployment of autonomous vehicles without ...

Transport Challenge: Deutsche Bahn and Data Pitch ask startups to change the future of transport

German rail company, Deutsche Bahn AG, is making its data available to start-up businesses and SMEs as part of Data Pitch, a new European Commission-funded initiative which is supporting open innovation with data. Deadline for entrants is Oct. 1st.

2017 Interbrand Breakthrough Brands [Report]

40 brands, 7 trends, global insights...In this 2017 Interbrand Breakthrough Brands report, you'll find the 40 startups and upstarts changing the world and discover the key trends they're driving. Each brand's growth trajectory is mapped in striking data-driven visualizations, and you'll see where some of last year's Breakthroughs are today. Global experts also weigh in on the unique challenges, growth opportunities, and rising brands in their regions.

Innovation in the IT Legacy World

“Legacy” seems to be a “bad” word in the business world, and it tends to denote antiquated; methods, software, hardware, etc. Yes, I refer here to many IT Systems that drive businesses. But many “legacy” applications that keep dominating the IT Business world—are Mainframe and Mid-range based. They still manage the bulk of the business ...