It has been said that by the end of this century, there would be more dead users on Facebook than the living ones. This affirmation makes us think about an essential issue : what about our digital life will we leave once we’re dead ? If the body dies, the data still remain…
Is it still relevant to use diesel fuel today as cleaner energies are developing ? We questioned the company OBDclick, specialized in auto diagnostics.
Arcep, the telecom watchdog asked operators how they organized their relationship with consumers. The AMF publishes the responses of Bouygues, Virgin, SFR, Orange and, of course, Free on this subject in its latest Arcep notebook.
Digital natives or Millennials are fundamentally changing the customer engagement paradigm. Digital is moving from being one of the channels to the primary channel for customer engagement. As customer change the way they interact with organizations, company processes and systems need to rapidly evolve to serve the needs of these customers.
Stainless steel was invented in the early part of the 20th century. The key ingredient is chrome which forms a protective oxide film on the surface. Originally called non-rusting steel, stainless steel amazed consumers because it did not need to me polished. SBS Forge claims that today the concept has not lost its luster.
The Internet Of Things IoT is changing much about our everyday life. From the way we drive to the way we make purchases and even how we get energy for our homes. Sophisticated sensors and chips are embedded in the physical things that surround us, each transmitting valuable data. This data helps us understand betterContinue Reading « The IoT explained by Geoffroy Stern »