Category Archives: White-labelling

Designing services and experiences

The folks over at the AT ONE project are studying service innovation and have some very cool and practical ideas. Ideas that really excite me, because they talk to my ideas about the digital society (my first post here). After … 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.┬áSee 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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