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Posts Tagged ‘innovation’
Posted on 9th Sep 2015 by Tauri Cox in IoT
Posted on 11th Aug 2015 by Tauri Cox in IoT
Wearable technology is the new trend, sparking innovation in all areas: communication, fitness, safety, photography, and more. But one detail is sorely lacking: Style.
Posted on 29th Jul 2015 by Philippe Benitez in Financial Services
Contactless technology extends far beyond just payment. More and more vendors in the entertainment, social media and retail industries are utilizing it as a way to build their communities by allowing fans and consumers to get even more out of the experience.
Posted on 8th May 2015 by Manfred Kube in IoT
The IoT World Hackathon is about to get under way. We’re taking a look what to expect on Tuesday when it kicks off, what we can’t wait to see, and how we can help you innovate and create at the event with our support.
Posted on 30th Apr 2015 by Manfred Kube in IoT
The IoT innovator community heralded the start of the 4th IoT/M2M Innovation World Cup this week. In this post, we explain why you should enter soon, before it’s too late!
Posted on 14th Apr 2015 by Arta Sylejmani in Financial Services
The youth are, as they say, the future. What then should banks be doing to ensure they are developing the right services for when they grow up?
Posted on 10th Apr 2015 by Arta Sylejmani in Financial Services
Trust in banks is still tentative, making retaining customers hard and growth even harder. We discuss how mobile can help.
Posted on 7th Apr 2015 by Arta Sylejmani in Financial Services
Nearly one in four kids in America would access their accounts over public Wi-Fi. Who would they punish if they were then subjected to a security breach?
Probable answer: the banks
Posted on 3rd Apr 2015 by Arta Sylejmani in Financial Services
Our research suggests when it comes to mBanking British youth are relatively loyal…for now. With a significant rise in ‘switchers’, the writing is on the wall. British youth will demand more from their banks…or leave.