Columbus, Ohio faces many of the same issues as other midsize and midwestern American cities: suburban sprawl, increased commute times, and a lack of accessible public transit and walkability. Will smart technology be enough to solve those issues and more?
Jarrod Dicker, head of The Washington Post’s RED team explains how the publisher is using digital technology and data to create a personalized product.
Facing a sustained period of digital disruption, some of the more traditional publishers are now proving to be the most innovative, using data analytics.
Once the domain of video game makers, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are transforming some of the world’s most traditional businesses.
Some companies are not only reacting to technology disruption — they are embracing it. Technology analyst, Rob Enderle, takes us through three examples.
Putting digital transformation at the core of the business requires traditionally non-tech organizations to convert a risk averse culture.