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An electrifying future

It’s 2038 and the last conventional thermal engine car has, just like the dinosaur, been consigned to the museum.

Implications of China’s ban on importing trash

Although it is not widely discussed outside of the waste and recycling industry, China has increasingly become the destination for much of the paper and plastic that Europeans and Americans diligently separate in their household garbage.

The human touch

No value can be extracted from data without a complete knowledge of the human element behind it, and data processing cannot be successful without a clear and thought-out strategy.

After the digital gold rush

You should expect to start seeing Blockchain anywhere business-to-business or business-to-consumer processes need to be streamlined, validated, secured, and guaranteed.

Innovating sustainability

When digital services are delivered via the cloud, public cloud providers like Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft can leverage massive efficiencies of scale that no corporate data center could match.

Startegy: not a typo

Companies, instead of planning, must make repeated and quick attempts with partners to adapt to the frequent technological and social changes of our world.

Hit refresh: Transforming business through empathy

We have had to “hit refresh” many times since that first speech at the Tokyo Motor Show, including bringing together Renault and Nissan in the early days of the Alliance.

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To survive and prosper in this challenging new environment, companies and public authorities alike need to respond to these newly empowered citizens and partner with them to re-think the fundamentals of modern living.

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A philosophy of inclusion: Philips Lighting

For WEF participants gathering in the glittering conference halls of Davos it may be hard to imagine, but over one billion people around the world still do not have access to electric light.

Q&A: Cisco

Munish Khetrapal, Managing Director, Smart Cities and IoT: "The basic thing in Smart Cities is that they need to be connected: if they are not connected, they are not going to be 'smart'.”

Smart Dubai Office and IBM collaborate on Dubai’s Cognitive Roadmap

Our role is to make our clients as successful as IBM. We have responsibilities to our clients and one of them is to make them very successful in the marketplace. Our clients deserve the best.

Robots vs humans

"In high-volume and fast-moving consumer goods sectors, the major brands are all adopting robotics. Companies are automating their manufacturing processes as a necessity for their mid- to long-term survival."