Furthers its efforts to gamify your workout.
When it comes to gamification, an intense debate is going on between academics and the business world. You might say: who cares? But it is important to take a closer look at this if you are serious about applying the power of games in other arenas. Continue Reading →
Last year saw gamification go mainstream. A term for applying elements from computer games in a business context. But as is the case with any buzzword, it is always a good idea to take a step back first. In this case to focus on a solid design process. Continue Reading →
Until a few years ago, the four horsemen of technology (Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon) were pretty much absent from the enterprise, except for some isolated Mac work stations in the design department and Google’s ubiquitous search screen. But the artificial separation between enterprise computing and what’s happening in the real world is rapidly coming to an end. And we have Steve to thank for that.
This is the follow-up (or should I say: sequel) to their 2008 video. Microsoft sees the future of user interaction as low on gestures, high on touch. But wow, these devices really cannot go a second without your attention, can they? I feel exhausted and ready for a vacation just after watching these six minutes.
As Apple, Google and Amazon are getting consumers accustomed to cloud computing, the big battle in the clouds is taking place in the enterprise space. There are two important turf wars going on at the moment: hardware vendors versus service providers and database vendors versus unstructured data platforms.
Giving a very insightful and nuanced talk about identity online and the shortcomings he sees in the approach of Facebook and Google.
What will be the dominant way to interact with our computers in the near future? About a year ago the big buzz was about the Kinect: Microsoft’s motion controller for the Xbox 360, as demonstrated by Peter Molyneux at TED. If I had a nickel for every time I heard someone mention Minority Report back then…