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How social media dictates how business is done

It’s 7 am Monday morning; you’re in a sleepy daze, one hand holds your morning coffee while the other scrolls down your Facebook newsfeed; on your commute you watch that viral video on YouTube, listen to that song on Spotify or send that quick Whatsapp message to your buddies. This is a common anecdote for Read more about How social media dictates how business is done[…]

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Technology trends for 2016

Technology is now omnipresent in our lives, with the invention of smartphones and Internet; there is a constant connection between individuals and their connected devices. These technologies have changed the way we communicate, work and live and this is just the beginning of this process. In fact technology is evolving very quickly and each year Read more about Technology trends for 2016[…]

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Brief Analysis on World Economic Forum’s 2016: Global Risk Findings (I)

Last week, the World Economic Forum took place in Davos (Switzerland). This 2016 meeting rounded up the world’s top leaders and experts to discuss major current economic issues affecting our world. The agenda of this year covered topics from environmental and health backgrounds to migration movements, also featuring several press-conferences with Presidents from all over Read more about Brief Analysis on World Economic Forum’s 2016: Global Risk Findings (I)[…]

HP to buy cloud software startup Eucalyptus in rare acquisition

Hewlett-Packard plans to buy cloud software startup Eucalyptus Software, a rare acquisition for the company since its failed $11 billion purchase of Britain’s Autonomyin 2011. HP did not say how much it will pay for Eucalyptus, which provides open-source software for building private and hybrid clouds, or Internet-based computing services. A source familiar with the deal told Read more about HP to buy cloud software startup Eucalyptus in rare acquisition[…]

Barclays Bank to introduce finger scans instead of PINs ( 06/09/2014)

Nicole Blackmore, Irish Independent. Customers will be given a portable device that can read and verify the unique vein patterns in their finger in an attempt to combat identity fraud. The Barclays Biometric Reader will initially be available to Barclays Corporate Banking clients from 2015. Barclays said the technology is recognised as one of the Read more about Barclays Bank to introduce finger scans instead of PINs ( 06/09/2014)[…]