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Home Box Office A new business model that offers the consumers the chance to record everything broadcast on a given TV channel represents a major disruption in the way television is delivered, says Prof. Josep Valor. It is not clear what the ecosystem will look like...

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Fashion goes on-line! Thanks to social curation Fashion is becoming one of the fastest-growing areas of e-commerce, even though traditionally customers prefer to try clothes on in the shop, says Prof. Sandra Sieber. Why are we seing that customers are increasingly moving online? Big improvements have...

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Integrating Social CRM Social media has led customers to expect more collaborative interactions, says Prof. Evgeny Kaganer. Companies are using social CRM to collect intelligence on customers and to integrate with them and then try to combine this with transaction-based traditions....

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Facebook Act IV: Deep integration with Apple. Frenemies... Today’s announcement at Apple’s WWDC needs some careful analysis, which I will do in a videopost soon. Today, just a quick note to drive your attention to this extremely interesting piece of news. Facebook and Apple, with deep integration....

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Facebook: Act III Facebook’s share price fell from $38 to $29 in two weeks but this doesn’t mean we are already witnessing the bursting of the social media bubble, says Prof. Javier Zamora. Facebook is a play in three acts, he says. First it accumulated the users,...

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Home Box Office

A new business model that offers the consumers the chance to record everything broadcast on a given TV channel represents a major disruption in the way television is delivered, says Prof. Josep Valor. It is not clear what the ecosystem will look like in a few years’ time but he says only those with copyright [...]

06.27.2012 | Current Affairs |

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Fashion goes on-line! Thanks to social curation

Fashion is becoming one of the fastest-growing areas of e-commerce, even though traditionally customers prefer to try clothes on in the shop, says Prof. Sandra Sieber. Why are we seing that customers are increasingly moving online? Big improvements have been made on visualization, which is now so much better than just a few years ago. [...]

06.21.2012 | Current Affairs |

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Integrating Social CRM

Social media has led customers to expect more collaborative interactions, says Prof. Evgeny Kaganer. Companies are using social CRM to collect intelligence on customers and to integrate with them and then try to combine this with transaction-based traditions. The next frontier will be to overlay collaborative technologies on to transactional systems. The companies that can [...]

06.13.2012 | Web/Tech |

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Facebook Act IV: Deep integration with Apple. Frenemies redefined

Today’s announcement at Apple’s WWDC needs some careful analysis, which I will do in a videopost soon. Today, just a quick note to drive your attention to this extremely interesting piece of news. Facebook and Apple, with deep integration. Apple gets a space in the world of Social Networks and Facebook a front seat in [...]

06.11.2012 | News |

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Facebook: Act III

Facebook’s share price fell from $38 to $29 in two weeks but this doesn’t mean we are already witnessing the bursting of the social media bubble, says Prof. Javier Zamora. Facebook is a play in three acts, he says. First it accumulated the users, then it raised the capital. In the third act it will [...]

06.6.2012 | Current Affairs |

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Cloud Cover

Cloud computing allows companies to save on capital costs and also gives them greater flexibility to respond to fluctuating demand, says Prof. Josep Valor. In the future there will be a massive outsourcing of computing and few companies will have their own information technology infrastructure or technical staff on the payroll.

05.24.2012 | Current Affairs |

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