Category: Special Reports

Special Report on VR and AR Says They are Ready for Business

The future is coming and it is either virtual, augmented or both. In this new special report on VR and AR written by Serious Insights Principal Analyst Daniel W. Rasmus, we explore what virtual reality and augmented reality mean to business, what business needs to do to get ready, what developers must do to deliver value, and how the.

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New Report: Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology

Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology Download Ten Innovations That Should Drive Collaboration Technology here:  This report outlines ten areas of technology innovation led by a variety of vendors. None of the areas mentioned here have become fully realized, nor do any of them currently dominate the requirements of organizations seeking to acquire or.

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New Research Report: Accounting for Knowledge in Mergers and Acquisitions

Accounting for Knowledge in Mergers and Acquisitions The Serious Insight Knowledge is central to the success or failure of a merger or acquisition. The value of many organizations is today based on potential future earnings rather than tangible property or operations. Assumptions about an organization’s knowledge, except perhaps intellectual property, and then not in its.

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Telestial International Data Report ‘American Travelers: Not Masters of International Data’ Now Available at Serious Insights

American Travelers: Not Masters of International Data The new Telestial international data report from Serious Insights and Telestial shares the results of a U.S. survey that produced key insights related to the use of international data for those traveling outside of the U.S. The report includes findings and recommendations. Executive Overview A 2015 Survey by.

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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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17 Uncertainties that will Define (or Redefine) Your 2014

Download the entire paper here. 1. Workforce Dynamics Key Dynamic: Will the workforce effectively integrate, or will generational issues result in bifurcation? What skill gaps and needs for knowledge will emerge as each generation seeks to define its future? 2. Globalization Key Dynamic: Will the global economy march to ever more ubiquity, or will it.

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Marketing in an Age of Uncertainty

This is the first in a series of whitepapers that will explore how to think like a scenario planning within the context of a particular market or role. This first paper explores marketing and provides the following recommendations: Lead Information Technology Master Data and Analysis Own Brand Management Foster Holistic Marketing Be the Voice of the.

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Welcome to the Serendipity Economy

Industrial age economics obscures economic activity that doesn’t fit neatly into its models of productivity and efficiency. In an ever more connected world, a new framework is required that accounts for the valued derived from seemingly random and unanticipated encounters and interactions. The Serendipity Economy framework posits six attributes that identify faults in our current.

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Social Media in Higher Education

Executive Summary Social media in higher education is a technology in transition. Learners and educators both find social media an appealing way to supplement formal learning, but the evidence for its effectiveness in formal courses remains inconclusive. Surprisingly, it is educators, not learners, who are leading the charge to experiment with social media. Educators, nearly.

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