The forgotten tech giant - Japan

Despite the much-deserved fame and success that Japan has had from its technological developments, in the ever-growing and often overly saturated conversation that is the startup world – it seems a somewhat forgotten market.

Are marketing clouds finally ready to get social media right?

Software leaders are once again tipping their toes into social media but this time they're being considerably more cautious.

We must take data more seriously to deliver greater productivity

It's high time businesses and consumers realise the value of data.

SMEs look to RPA to improve GDPR compliance and staff productivity

It seems that many SMBs are already unlocking the power of RPA to improve efficiency, allowing them to use their best asset - their employees – to focus on and undertake more transformative activities.

Data: transforming the energy sector and generating customer loyalty through AI

AI and data analytics can provide energy service providers with greater insight into the wants and needs of their customers.

NHS to get £500m tech investment

Health secretary Matt Hancock stresses need for digital transformation in healthcare.

Too human? Keeping the personal touch in customer contact

Through automation and AI, contact centres can deliver even greater personalisation while reducing strain on employees.

Technology doesn’t mean you can forget the basics of customer service

There is no excuse to forget the basic rules of customer service; technology can be used to enhance this – not replace. So, what are these rules - and how can businesses get them right?

Virtual assistants: The Veruca Salt approach to business - get whatever you want, just by asking

This year will be the year that voice and natural language interfaces become mainstream.

Does cryptocurrency have a transparency complex?

As more and more cryptocurrencies appear in the market everyday, there is further demand for transparency and verification from investors both new and existing.

Fujitsu looks to help public sector embrace the cloud

Launch aims to aid public sector organisations struggling with their cloud and hybrid IT strategies.

Microsoft flags up serious Internet Explorer vulnerability

The flaw hits versions of Internet Explorer 6 all the way through to IE 11, and allows for remote code execution – plus it affects those on Windows XP.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/04/28/microsoft-flags-up-serious-internet-explorer-vulnerability/

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom 六月登陆香港,有 4G LTE 的高变焦相机

分类: 智能手机, 数码相机Samsung Galaxy K Zoom 到底会不会受欢迎呢?这个要等市场来评价,只是从 Samsung 香港低调发布这款高倍数变焦手机的情况来看,他们也许不抱乐观的态度。

IaaS云服务提供商UCloud宣布获得贝塔斯曼和君联资本领投,DCM跟投的B轮5000万美元融资

UCloud今天对外宣布,已经获得由贝塔斯曼和君联资本领投, DCM跟投的B轮融资,总融资额为5000万美元,号称中国IaaS(基础云计算)领域单笔最大融资。

Azubu 宣布与韩国14支顶级电子竞技队伍达成历史性合作关系

洛杉矶2014年9月11日电 /美通社/ -- Azubu 很自豪地宣布与14支世界最优秀的《英雄联盟》(League of Legends) 队伍达成了空前的标志性合作关系。这14支队伍均为韩国电子竞技协会(Korean eSports Association,简称“KeSPA”)成员。

索尼预计2014财年亏损加剧 移动部门将裁员15%

据外国媒体报道,索尼周三表示,其预计截至明年3月31日的2014财年净亏损将超过此前预期的500亿日元(约合4.65亿美元),而加剧到2300亿日元(约合21.4亿美元),而此预期也表明索尼的移动通信业务部门面临着严重的困境。

新消法维权难落实 "七天网购无理由退货"成投诉难点

修订后的《中华人民共和国消费者权益保护法》(以下简称“新消法”)“上岗”已经半年。中国消费者协会(以下简称“中消协”)的调查显示,如今,消费者对新消法重要条款的认知度已从年初的76.4%上升到了83.19%。

想平唔一定食 M記!日本 IKEA 推出情人節限定甜品放題

銀包無錢,又唔想情人節請食 M 記咁寒酸,可以考慮下去 IKEA 食蘋果批!日本 IKEA 推出情人節限定甜品放題,地點會在日本所有 IKEA 內的 2/F Cafe ,價格只是 499 円。The post 想平唔一定食 M記!

微商高成交记录可用软件造假

昨天,一条“揭秘”朋友圈如何晒成交记录和对话的帖子引起不少网友关注,帖子称在朋友圈卖商品的微商,高成交记录、买家好评都是通过软件做出来的。

一年當中买车的最佳时间为何时?

作为汽车专业的学生及曾经的汽车从业人员,总是听到金九银十的言论。然而,作为一个数据工作者,必须要用数据说话。

Now that beards are over, here's the ultimate guide to shaving it all off

It's time to come to grips with reality, furry friendsThe lush, bushy beard, as we all know it, has succumbed to a swift death and there's now a rampant fear that the lumbersexual may be at the brink of extinction. Blame it on the times, the summer, the melting glaciers or those yuccies.

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