Tag Archives : #AcrossTheNet

The Economist: The language of the internet of things

InsightaaS: The Economist is one of the world’s most respected sources of insight into business and social issues, and often achieves the rare feat of connecting both perspectives into a single analysis. It can be a tricky balance in IT coverage, though, since many IT subjects beg analysis that may be too technical for business-oriented [...]

IT spending from McAfee post

Andrew McAfee: Technology Spending Is On Its Way Down. Or It Isn’t. Or It Doesn’t Matter.

InsightaaS: Andrew McAfee is well-known as a commentator on the business of, investment trends within, and the social implications resulting from IT. In this post from his “The Business Impact of IT” blog, he provides an interesting perspective on IT investment. A first set of data demonstrates that since 2000, the proportion of US GDP [...]

CIO Dashboard: 3 Ways Technology is Transforming Care Management

InsightaaS: CIO Dashboard is a blog run by PwC principal Chris Curran. In this post, guest blogger James Selden (also of PwC) look at three ways in which more enlightened IT strategies can help improve the efficiency of healthcare delivery. Selden starts by observing that “the current healthcare system isn’t working” – a statement that [...]

Jason Bloomberg: Big Data-Driven Innovation – Disruption vs. Optimization

InsightaaS: Author/analyst Jason Bloomberg (aka “TheEbizWizard”) is the managing partner of Intellyx, “the first and only advisory, training, and industry analysis firm focused on architecting agility for the enterprise.” Bloomberg has a well-earned reputation for independent thought (something that ATN readers experienced first-hand when we featured his “Seven Reasons why the Internet of Things is [...]

Accenture: Companies Are Satisfied with Business Outcomes from Big Data

InsightaaS: Accenture doesn’t really need an introduction, but as ATN generally provides one at the top of each post, we’ll provide one here: “Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with more than 293,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries.: The company is known as a global expert in [...]

Uses of Big Data by country