Month: May 2018

Why The Slow Pace of IIoT Adoption?

The Slow Pace of IIoT Adoption The slow pace of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) adoption offers a lesson on technology getting ahead of its customers. Unlike pure software plays, IIoT requires a sophisticated network of sensors, along with meaningful data collection and algorithms that turn insights into actions. According to a Cisco study “60.

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What Can Marketers Learn from the Comic-Con Exclusives Strategy?

Inside Comic-Con Exclusives Exclusives are a big deal at Comic-Cons (I covered the exclusives process in GeekWire last year. See Exclusive! The inside story of Comic-Con’s most coveted collectibles). Today I received my first San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) exclusive e-mail from Factory Entertainment (you can read it here). Convention exclusives offer multiple strategic advantages to.

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Why Strategy Needs Knowledge Management

Why Strategy Needs Knowledge Management Strategy requires knowledge. Too often, strategy begins with a foray into an environmental scan—a knowledge project initiated to develop the context for the strategic dialog. Research projects at the start of a strategic planning process should put a red flag, as they suggest that the organization regularly operates without understanding.

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Review: Edifier W360BT Bluetooth Neckband Headphone

Review: Edifier W360BT Bluetooth Neckband Headphone The world has moved to the world of the wireless earbuds with the popularity of the Apple AirPods and other products like the Jabra Elite sport. Wireless earbuds, however, suffer from several issues: easily loss if not cared for, they don’t always stay in your ear during active use.

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Review: Stark Technologies Retina and Focus VR headsets [video]

Review: Stark Technologies Retina and Focus VR headsets Stark Technologies offers a range of VR headsets in the “sophisticated Google cardboard” category. I have recently received the Retina VR Headset and the Focus VR Headset from Stark to review. As an overview, here is an overview video from Stark that shows the headsets and a.

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What is the Chief Knowledge Officer Job?

What is the Chief Knowledge Officer Job? At the highest level, Chief Knowledge Officer job, or CKO job, includes managing the processes, practices and technical specifications for the capture, retention and use/reuse of an organization’s knowledge. Many organizations infuse knowledge management into content creation and collaboration, distributing Chief Knowledge Officer job through content leaders, marketing,.

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