One-to-one marketing is the holy grail of modern marketing. Will movie studios ever figure out how to provide true one-to-one marketing experiences?
This week in tech gave us a new reason to watch Samsung, Apple car rumors, a kid-safe video app from YouTube, and advertiser-friendly laptops from Lenovo.
With billions of data points and ubiquitous vehicular systems, the automakers need to learn how to apply actionable, simplified intelligence. Here's why.
It took a drought of epic proportions to force the Australian nation to radically reform its water policies and practices. Can California follow suit?
Need proof that omnichannel has revolutionized the customer experience of shopping? Here are four surprising new statistics that are quite revealing.
Employment is undergoing a shift in the healthcare industry. Oxford Economics uncovers the realities that are significantly altering workforce strategies.
It's accepted that, when done well, internships benefit students, employers, and colleges. So why are internships on the decline in the U.S.?
Young consumers see banks in a radically different way than their older counterparts. And banks will do well to listen and be ready to accommodate them.
Maybe this is the wake-up call the world of the Internet of Things needs to make certain that privacy and security are baked in, not just afterthoughts.
Although innovation is important, high-tech companies need to do more than innovate to differentiate themselves, stay profitable, and protect margins.