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  • Is it the beginning of the end for the headphone jack?

    Invented for use with telephone switchboards in the late 1800s, the audio jack is among the oldest existing electrical standards. Today it would seem it's end the end is nigh!
  • Why moment marketing will beat traditional advertising?

    When Oreo sent its now famous “You can still dunk in the dark” tweet during a power outage that hit the Super Bowl a few years ago, it caused a sensation. Of the more than 15,000 viewers who retweeted Oreo’s message, many declared it better than any of the TV ads that they saw that night.
  • Will IT find relevance in the race for digital transformation?

    Digital transformation. Digital disruption. Digital startups. Digital consumers. Digital workforce. Thanks to this new lexicon of varying definitions and urgency, CIOs and their organisations are tasked with reimagining how business is done.
  • Why all the fuss about Blockchain?

    It is worth tuning out the white noise surrounding blockchain because real change is in the works – provided everyone understands what it involves.
  • Top 5 content marketing trends of 2016 so far

    We’re more than halfway through 2016 already? It feels like just yesterday that 2016 content marketing predictions were being made!
  • Four ways Facebook’s newsfeed has changed in 2016 and what it means for business

    Facebook is constantly evolving. What it was just a month ago, is different to how it is now. These changes are important for businesses and digital marketers to stay up-to-date with, in order to be successful in social media marketing, especially in the Maltese Islands, where Facebook marketing generates very positive ROI.
  • Building a business case for financial transformation

    There’s constant pressure on the CFO from the CEO to do better—to innovate, and to transform the finance organisation into both a leaner and a more forward-looking analytics hub that provides insight and foresight to the enterprise.
  • The Internet of Things and its benefits

    If we had to look up the definition of The Internet of Things (IoT), we would learn that it is about connecting internet-enabled devices that relay information back to us, to cloud-based applications and from device to device.
  • Unpacking the Pokémon Go phenomenon

    There have been some strange scenes in recent weeks. Cars parked in odd places. Millennials wandering the roadsides. Pairs of iGens dashing down side streets, in pursuit of the wind. While it looks and feels like something out of The Walking Dead, it’s actually something different, the first big splash in augmented reality (AR)—Pokémon Go.
  • How do you stay safe online?

    In our everyday life, we do everything we can to avoid getting sick. Unfortunately, we still catch a cold every now and then. The same applies to our computers and devices.