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Voice Interface Technology: The Future of Business

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Nowadays, it isn’t surprising to hear someone speak to someone that isn’t there. We ask Alexa for the weather and to turn the temperature down on the thermostat. Then, we ask Siri what our schedule for the day is and to call people. We are connected now more than ever using our voice and voice interface technology. I can’t imagine …

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Enterprise Mobility: The Evolution of The Future of Business

In Mobility by Daniel Newman1 Comment

If a struggling business owner were to ask me to identify what they could improve to stay ahead in this marketplace, I would say adaptability. Of course, each business is different, and I wouldn’t know what a given company’s struggles are without a thorough inventory. But most of us can take steps to improve our adaptability. Agility is one of …

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Welcome To The Human Data Center

In Big Data by Daniel Newman3 Comments

  It’s hard to believe but regardless of whether you are a boomer or a millennial, the average consumer spends almost 24 hours per week online. An entire day! Other than sleeping (for most of us), there may be nothing we do for more time in a given week than search, email, and browse the Internet. However, in a world …

The Mobile Marketing Imperative

In Mobility by Daniel Newman13 Comments

Did you know that 2014 is the year that mobile takes over as the number one place for Internet consumption? If not, it is important that you take note of this because whether your business is e-commerce or merely a consulting firm with a website, the shift to mobile is going to affect the way you market your brand. Whether …

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Big Data Rocks CES And We Didn’t Even Know It!

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Up and down the halls of CES, new and exciting items comprising “The Internet of Things” surround us. Tech geeks everywhere can rejoice as the next wave of tech we need, want and have no use for is brought to Las Vegas for human consumption. If there were one overarching theme for the show it would be that just about …