Looking At the Future of SaaS, AI and IT through Experts’ Eyes – 9 Must Read Articles

The future is here. In case you were wondering. Technology is advancing in record speed, as innovations that were a foggy prediction come to life one after the other. This passing month, I decided to explore “future studies” and browsed the web for the latest advancements in the tech world, and especially AI, IT and

Twitter Buyout Roundup: What Happened To Twitter And Salesforce Since The Rumors Started

This past week, the tech world was discussing one HUGE news item – Twitter’s supposed upcoming buyout. On Friday, CNBC reported that, according to sources, tech giants like Google and Salesforce are planning on making a bid. CNET approached all companies for comments, but Twitter and Google did not immediately respond and Salesforce declined to

Will Sony’s New Mobile Project Force Pokemon GO to Level Up?

Perhaps one of the most unexpected, unpredicted success stories of this year is Pokémon GO. The app that brought AR gaming into our lives took the world by storm, and even though the decline came as fast as the immediate success, downloads are still high, and there is no question as to this global phenomenon’s

Was that image on Microsoft Surface Book’s Instagram account real, and why it doesn’t really matter

In our day and age, it’s hard to expect a new product release without an image or two being leaked. But the leaked images almost never come from the company’s official social media accounts. This makes the image sent yesterday from Microsoft Surface’s Instagram account super interesting – both from the technical product angle and the

What Does Gliimpse’s Acquisition Mean for Apple (and the Healthcare Industry)

Apple continues its (so far successful) journey to connecting the brand to active and healthy living, with the acquisition of Gliimpse, a startup that simplifies the management of health records for patients. The company, established in 2013, offers to “use your digital health to care for your analog life.” It allows users to collect, manage and

Following Eric Jhonsa’s Post – Why It’s Important to Look Past the Revenue

A colleague of mine just sent me a very interesting article which was written by Eric Jhonsa for TheStreet. The article shows how cloud growth can sometimes be misleading, and he uses IBM, Microsoft and SAP as examples. In the article, he goes through Microsoft, IBM and finally SAP.     Looking at IBM, the

Sports Authority Sells Customer Data, Raises Privacy Concerns

How much does 114 million customers’ files and 25 million email addresses cost? Well, for Dick’s Sporting Goods it was a bid for $15 million, payable to Sports Authority.   Although consumers have started to become more wary of where their information is being spread, they might still be taken aback by this news. Sports