In parts one, two and three of this blog series, we looked at the background of Smart City initiatives, how sensors and other devices can make life better for us all, and the role that citizens and employees—humans, in other words—have to play in making our cities smarter.  In this final part, I’ll ...
In part 1 and part 2 of this blog series, we looked at the background of Smart City initiatives and discussed how combining the networks of sensors and other devices—and particularly the data they generate—can give us powerful and unexpected insights into how to make life better for citizens around ...
In part one of this blog series we asked if now is the time for departments and agencies, who may have been pursuing their own intelligent service projects, to come back together to achieve the 1 + 1 = 3 effect of collective action? After all, street lamps that report themselves when they fail are ...
We’ve been talking about the rise in Smart Cities for, well, it seems like forever.
When was the last time you actually walked into your bank or even spoke to a bank representative? For many of us, these activities are now rare occurrences. When was the last time you had a travel agent book a trip for you? It has probably been quite a while, since many people now prefer to ...
Everyone is looking for a competitive advantage in 2016. While a good bit of the discussion focuses on the customer experience—and it should—providing tools for success to the people who speak daily with your customers should be front and center as well. After all, those are the people who serve ...
Earlier this month, I attended the Digital Transformation Executive Dinner presented by IDC in London. During that event, IDC’s Lionel Lamy, Associate Vice President, European Services, mentioned a startling statistic during his presentation titled “IoT - Your Customers’ Next Generation Business ...

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