Apple’s shine dulls for publishers

Wednesday, 23 February 2011 by

At the very moment that Apple is making content owners cough up 30pc of revenues to be on iOS-driven devices and to ban different pricing on non-Apple services, Google comes to the rescue with a service charging 10pc and no contractual gotchas…

Dumbed down networks in smarter times

Wednesday, 16 February 2011 by

All the media attention is moving to the mobile web and what it can and will do to transform our everyday lives. Yet, underlying these development are the mobile providers. But they don’t seem to be playing at the top table anymore. Will they simply be consigned to the role of utility connection with squeezed margins?

Tender lessons learned

Wednesday, 09 February 2011 by

Unsuccessful tender applications are just a waste of time, right? Not necessarily. The act of filling out a tender form can yield valuable insights about your company’s past and help inform strategic planning for the future.

Overplaying the power of Social Media

Wednesday, 02 February 2011 by

Without social media recent events in Tunisia and Egypt would never have happened. At least that’s the implication the news media is making. It’s short-sighted and totally fails to reflect historical precedent. Popular uprisings happened before social media and always will.

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