Copyright: The Telegraph – By James Titcomb
In just 12 years, Facebook has swept aside most of its rivals, drawn in half the world’s internet users and changed how we keep track of long-lost friends. But there is at least one area of our lives that the social network is yet to conquer: the office. Continue reading
Copyright – The Washington Post – Mai 31 2016 – By Brian Fung
Despite falling out of vogue years ago, MySpace — that old precursor to Facebook — still has details on more user accounts than the United States has people. And now a hefty chunk of those account credentials has been leaked to the entire Internet, in a humbling reminder that the Matchbox Twenty-inspired username you probably made in high school is still worth a heck of a lot to companies and criminals. Continue reading
Where we once had analog, we now have digital. Digitization has allowed us to create new ways of thinking – opening a multi-way dialog and generating new ideas. Continue reading
Copyright – The Telegraph – April 27 2016 – By Cara McGoogan
A vulnerability in Google’s navigation app Waze could let hackers follow your every move. Continue reading
Natural selection is Charles Darwin’s most celebrated theory. It depends on the fact that in each generation there will be mutation. This mutation creates variation in a species affording some with an advantage to survive in a changing world. Continue reading
Copyright – The Washington Post – April 22 2016 – By Karen Turner
Schools in Florida are renewing a program that monitors their students’ social media activity for criminal or threatening behavior, although it has caused some controversy since its adoption last year. Continue reading
Digital technology is a topic that has been ubiquitous for the past few years and it has certainly not failed to make headlines as its impact, despite still not fully known, will transform our world.
In order to better understand why it has become so central and how it is probably behind the most major transformations ahead of us, but also to better understand the great simplicity of the concept. Here is our contribution to all the attempts at defining the term “Digital” and to putting its uses into perspective. Continue reading
When a car passes in front of us, we see it (shape, colour, size), we hear it (engine, friction, music, horn), we feel it or taste it (exhaust gas), and it affects us (air current). Continue reading
Copyright – The Washington Post – February 18 2016 – By Brian Fung
New York’s futuristic, high-tech pay phones — which are embedded with touchscreen tablets — are finally going live on Thursday.
The name “pay phone” doesn’t quite do it justice, of course. Yes, the city’s LinkNYC terminals will allow you to make domestic phone calls. But they’ll also let you surf the Web, pull up online maps and connect to city services like 311 and 911. And all of it will be free, thanks to built-in advertising. Continue reading
Digitizing the banking distribution network consists of implementing the processes and systems that enable the customer to be a player in the banking relationship via digital devices during prospecting, acquisition (new relationship), development (multi-equipment, consumption of products and services owned) and building loyalty.
The terminals used in the digitization process are those of the bank and its customers. Continue reading