Category: Market Analysis

Market Analysis: Why Mind Mapping is a 21st Century Necessity

Why everyone needs to mind map The future is non-linear. No, the arrow of time does not shift back-and-forth against itself. But stories that start seemingly in one place, may begin in an unexpected quadrant and end nowhere near an anticipated destination. Some just call that good storytelling, but when the stories involve real-world facts,.

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Market Analysis: Solid Footing Continues to Elude 2019 XR Market

Market Analysis: Solid Footing Continues to Elude 2019 XR Market 2019 XR Market: Overview Analysis Serious Insights stopped covering VR and AR aggressively a couple of years ago. It’s time to explore the 2019 XR market. As the nascent market continues to churn, several developments have occurred recently that reinforce some of our earlier analysis..

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Product Alert: Salesforce Buys AI Calendar App Maker Tempo

The News Salesforce Buys AI Calendar App Maker Tempo The AI-based contextual calendar tempo, which has become a first class replacement for the native iOS calendar was acquired today by Salesforce. Tempo was started as an SRI incubation by Raj Singh, and launched into the market two years ago. The opening paragraph of the e-mail announcement.

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Product Brief: Bloomfire

Download the PDF Product Brief: Bloomfire by Daniel W. Rasmus, Principal Analyst What is it?  Bloomfire focuses on content collaboration and knowledge-based content and communities. Who makes it? Bloomfire, Inc. 1717 W. 6th Street, #100 Austin, TX 78703 Phone: (877) 483-2777 Email: info@bloomfire.com http://bloomfire.com What does it do? Bloomfire is a content creation, collection and.

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Download New Report: Why Collaboration is Broken

Join knowledge workers all over the world in learning how to make collaboration better. Over the last year, Serious Insights Principal Analyst Daniel W. Rasmus has worked with vendors and consumers of technology to understand why collaboration technology doesn’t provide the business value it should. This research resulted in a new report: Why Collaboration is.

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Industry Brief: IBM Watson Academic Initiative

Download the PDF here.   Additional and related research: https://www.seriousinsights.net/what-we-wont-learn-from-ibms-watson-playing-jeopardy/ https://www.seriousinsights.net/watson-and-jeopardy/ http://www.kmworld.com/Articles/Editorial/Features/Analytics-FOR-THE-REST-OF-US-94274.aspx [divider] What is it?   The Watson Academic Initiative offers collaborative investments of time and resources between IBM and universities designed to encourage learning through experimentation and application of IBM’s Watson cognitive computing platform. This program is an extension of the IBM Academic.

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Product Brief: MightyCall

Download PDF here.   What is it? MightyCall is a Internet telephony service that offers IP-based telephone numbers, including toll-free and local numbers,  and call routing and management through the web and mobile devices. Who makes it? Mightycall What does it do? MightyCall offers what is becoming known as an omni-Channel customer contact center.  That.

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Angry Birds Layoffs: Poor strategic aim causes pigs to proliferate as Rovio’s growth slows

Angry Birds Layoffs Rovio announced layoffs today as reported in Wired Rovio Layoffs Prove Mobile Gaming Is an Industry of One-Hit Wonders (October 2, 2014,) and elsewhere. I don’t believe, however, that Rovio’s issues stem from the inherent nature of mobile gaming. If we look at their iconic games, we find “innovations” that distract from game.

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Product Brief: Microsoft Delve

  Download PDF here What is it?   Microsoft Delve is an machine learning technology that integrates with Microsoft Office 365. Delve discovers patterns within Office 365 using analysis from documents, calendars and communications, including e-mail. The technology provides personalized, contextual awareness of information that its relevant to a particular knowledge worker’s current activity. Who.

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Why Big Data is Ringing You Up at Dinner

Big data wants to know how you will vote in November (it also wanted to know how voters would lean in the Scottish national vote and other exercises in democracy around the world). Well, not big data exactly but other bigs: big business, big campaigns. But there is no data about the future. Events about the.

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