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Articles tagged with: digital ecosystems

Tech Startup's are the Apple of Nigeria's Eye

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Wednesday, 25 September 2013.

The race to win superiority in the mobile GPS market is becoming increasingly more intense, with Google and Apple seemingly fighting tooth and nail to outdo each other's latest advance.

The Mobile Phone Quenches Egypt's Thirst For Breaking News

Written by Kelly Dolan on Wednesday, 25 September 2013.

Since the peak of Arab Spring activity in January 2011, subscriptions to news content delivered via text message have increased by almost 1500 per cent in Egypt as the public continues to rely on its mobile phones and SMS services for breaking information during times of unrest.

Keelvar – Disrupting Public Sector Procurement

Written by Alan Gleeson on Thursday, 19 September 2013.

In a world where B2C apps garner much media attention, one Irish startup is focusing on a less sexy niche, that of public sector B2B procurement.

Truphone Launches in Poland

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Tuesday, 17 September 2013.

Truphone, the only mobile operator in the world that expands the reach of businesses beyond the borders of their home country, today announces the expansion of its ‘Truphone Zone’ to include Poland, Germany and Hong Kong.

The Rise and Fall of PC Gaming

Written by Fabrice Grinda on Wednesday, 17 July 2013.

It has been interesting, and a bit sad, to observe the rise and fall of PC gaming. Ever since I got my first PC in 1984, the primary impetus for upgrading my PC was getting a computer and graphic card powerful enough to play the latest games.

Do Men And Women Treat Data Differently?

on Thursday, 11 July 2013.

Quick fact: you don’t sell seven million copies of a book unless you’re doing something right.

How Enterprises Can Achieve A Return On Mobility

Written by Benjamin Robbins on Thursday, 11 July 2013.

Enterprises everywhere are going all-in with mobility. They are arming their sales force with tablets, setting up enterprise app stores, enabling BYOD, and developing a mobile policy. But what does it get them? Sure it’s cool and hip, but do they know what value mobility is intended to bring? What is the real return on investment in mobility?

The Confusing World of the Internet

Written by Warren Knight on Monday, 01 July 2013.

How things have changed. I remember my first mobile phone “Motorola” being what we all used to call “a brick” with the ability to send a text message, make a call or play Snake.

Will Academic Education Encourage The Digital Generation?

Written by Jude Umeh on Monday, 24 June 2013.

This house believes that academic education will never satisfy the skills needs of the IT Profession” was the title of last week’s Oxford Union style debate, jointly hosted by BCS Chartered Institute for IT (via Learning Development Specialist Group) and the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, at Armourer’s Hall in the City of London.

Innovation in Digital Music Distribution and Promotion

Written by Jude Umeh on Tuesday, 12 February 2013.

Following on from my post about the concept of innovation as something you do, and not just something you say, I came across an example of what I would consider innovation in action, courtesy of a newly launched digital music distribution/promotion service called Music2Text.

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