Retailers and brands are looking for new ways to engage shoppers and influence their behaviors more effectively.
The security and surveillance industry holds paramount importance across various application verticals. It has seen a paradigm shift with the development of smarter and advanced IP/network cameras.
In October, IBM, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Harman International announced they would work together to launch cognitive hospital rooms powered by IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT).
The company is keen to develop its cloud-computing business in a bid to compete with infrastructure and platform service leaders like Amazon and Microsoft.
To get a better understanding of the various challenges and trends in the telecommunications and IT industries, we spoke to SNS Research’s Principal Analyst Mark Rayne.
In this week’s edition of our analyst Q&A, Nishant Singh explains how legacy IT vendors are coping with the new dynamics of a much faster, pervasive, and Cloud-centric ICT world.
Today's blog takes a look at some of the new business opportunities arising from Telecom Application Programming Interfaces.
Part 2 of this blog looks at some of the big reveals from last week's annual IBM Amplify conference, and how cognitive computing will enable marketers to make better business decisions.
IBM’s annual marketing and e-commerce conference Amplify took place this year on May 16-18 in Tampa, Florida. A number of talks given at the conference focused on cognitive computing and how it can be used to benefit a wide range of industries. But what exactly is cognitive computing?