Category Archives: consumerisation of IT

Test-bed for lifestyle services

The semantics of “Healthcare services” are getting richer and “self service” seems to take on a whole new meaning. This article is the latest describing innovative health care solutions that can transform the way health care services are disbursed. There … Continue reading

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Unified communication

In what I would characterise a landmark event for communications, Microsoft and Norwegian telco Telenor teamed to launch the VoIP platform in Oslo today (Norwegian). Demonstrating the merger of software-powered telephony with device/network powered telephony I sensed a major shift … Continue reading

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SaaS and disruption

Looks like ISPs are in for competition from a new source — device manufacturers. Last week HTC announced HTCmail – a service powered by Microsoft’s Hosted Exchange offering. See this link There is much talk about the next great thing in … Continue reading

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From Digital Home to Digital Society

The Digital Society is a term I came up with some time ago, with the idea of extending the “hype” of the Digital Home to other areas like school, eGovernment etc. I hope the term Digital Society does not suffer … Continue reading

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