1 year ago
The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show was held in Las Vegas over 8-11 January 2019. Here, we share some of the technology and trends from the event.
It’s been a busy 18 months for Aurea since the acquisition of Jive in 2017, capped off by their inaugural Aurea Experience 18 conference held in both Munich and New Orleans. Here’s our wrap up of the two events.
2 years ago
This is another diagram from our enterprise mobile apps report, produced by Ark Group. Smartphones and tablets offer opportunities for designing innovative solutions that go far beyond simply creating a form fitted…
By now we hope that you have your new Facebook Timeline under control or at least a plan to do it by March 30th? (If not, see our Four Must-Do Updates for Your…
Earlier this month Facebook announced some major changes including Timeline For Brands and Reach Generator, Premium, and Offers. The major changes that will influence your brand page is the Timeline: Storytelling: the Timeline now places a…
Much has already been written about Twitter’s early history, including the origins of the 140 character limit (the same as a standard SMS) and how users created features we now take for granted, such as @replies and #hashtags. That is all in the past now, as Twitter is making changes to how it operates in […]
When you look at the entire SharePoint 2013 package and the way the new social features habe been integrated, these are actually a significant step forward for SharePoint as an enterprise social platform. But does this mean it is finally ready as an out-of-the-box enterprise social network?
The aged care industry is calling on the government to invest in technology to meet future demand for high quality and accessible care. Social innovation with technology should be part of that strategy.
As official event supporters, the Ripple Effect Group team were part of the first ever Google Glass Meetup in Australia hosted by the +INSPIRE Centre at the University of Canberra.
A snapshot of our Sydney Design workshop, exploring how the future of research will be led by wearable technology.