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I was delighted to be quoted in The Times today within their Data Economy Supplement.
As The Times has a paywall, you can read the full piece with my quotes here.
I was delighted to be asked by Samsung to speak on a panel at their initial Samsung Business Discovery Day in St Paul’s last week – www.samsungbusinessdiscovery.com for event info and #BizDiscovery on Twitter for some soundbites from me on the panel.
You can also click here to see the full panel session on YouTube.
The panel discussed how mobile technologies are changing the role of the CIO and how the CIO can empower the business through their use.
It was a lively, stimulating and fun discussion which included a good number of live questions from the floor.
The official detail of the event was as follows:
We are entering a new paradigm of technology in business. The rapid adoption of consumer technology can truly liberate our most precious resources – our people – and free them to spend more time with customers and consumers. In every sector, companies are discovering that mobile technology presents new opportunities for customer discovery – transforming service, support and ultimately improving sales.
At the Samsung Business Discovery Day we will hear how companies are putting mobile technology at the centre of their technology strategy. Leveraging new platforms based on consumer technology to add more speed and flexibility to current business operations. We will explore these new paradigms, share implementation experiences and generate dialogue and debate to help your organisation leverage the power of customer discovery in your business.
We believe that innovators in the technology or IT departments should be driving a new agenda – building business platforms that are mobile first and built on consumer technology. In this mobile first world – businesses can accelerate the adoption of technology and ensure that their employees spend more time working for and on behalf of their customers. It sparks new debate, a fresh look at the consumerisation and BYOD trends – addressing matters like enterprise security from a people centric view – allowing your employees to embrace new technology.