Information is not just a window on the business, increasingly it is the business! Around the world, businesses and governments are migrating from a process-driven past to an information-driven future.
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Featured from the Information-Driven Business blog:
The rule of 150 applied to data
Anthropologist Robin Dunbar has used his research in primates over recent decades to argue that there is a cognitive limit to the number of social relationships that an individual can maintain and hence a natural limit to the breadth of … Continue reading
Analogue business with a digital facade
Everyone is talking about digital disruption and the need to transform their company into a “digital business”. However, ask most people what a digital business is and they’ll talk in terms of online shopping, mobile channels or the latest wearable … Continue reading
Living without a trace of Big Data
I’ve watched over a number of months as major digital providers across handsets, telecommunications, internet services and virtually every other integrated offering have one by one described how they provide information to various governments. While none of this should be … Continue reading
Universities disrupted but not displaced
Business and government is finally treating Digital Disruption as seriously as the topic deserves. I have written previously about the Deloitte Digital Disruption report and highlighted the fact that that in Australia two thirds of the economy will experience a … Continue reading
Will the bionic eye solve information overload?
Right now, researchers are working around the world to find ways of restoring sight to the blind by creating a bionic eye. The closest analogy is the bionic ear, more properly called a cochlear implant, which works by directly stimulating … Continue reading