Three Ways to Achieve Data Security

Providing the ability for employees to work remotely is a well-established method of attracting and retaining talent. Allowing employees to perform their job duties from mobile devices gives them the freedom of flexibility; specifically, the ability to work from home,…

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Why Businesses Struggle to Reach Digital Maturity

TIBCO released the initial results of the 2018 TIBCO CXO Innovation Survey examining the leading trends in innovation strategy within the enterprise.

The research provides a deep dive into how and why companies are innovating, as well as the tactics and…

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Capitalising on Exponential IT

In today’s world, IT systems need to be agile enough to ride not only every technological wave but also the rapidly evolving industry trends and changing customer expectations impacting each business.

What if these IT systems could move from just supporting…

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Email Marketing – Separation Could Be a Great Thing


Author: Emily Alford

Sometimes, separation is a good thing. And when it comes to your email marketing platform, separation could be a great thing.

If you’ve ever searched for a new email marketing solutions, you probably know that there a…

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Benefits of a low-code development platform

Author: Jacques-Pierre Dumas

Recently IT Brief had the opportunity to talk with Mark Weaser, OutSystems regional vice president, about low-code development platforms and how they can benefit businesses.

Let’s start off by talking a bit about OutSystems. What can you tell me…

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How to approach digital transformation


With markets and customer demands evolving faster than ever before, “transformation” has taken pole position on every executive’s list of buzzwords. Succeeding at major organisational change, however, takes more than the right rhetoric: 9 in every 10 digital transformation projects…

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Which mobile ads catch the consumer’s eye?

Viewability is a prized metric, but it doesn’t tell the whole story. A new study used biometric technology to see what kinds of mobile ads really resonate.

Author: Mike O’Brien

The average American checks their phone every 12 minutes and as a result, marketers spend billions of dollars a year…

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Micro-laptop: Portable Productivity

Remember netbooks? Small-screened internet machines that, for the most part, were woefully underpowered but supremely portable. A Chromebook waiting to happen, kind of. The GPD Pocket 2 sees a return to the once popular format, but…

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How self-driving networks help shift IT strategy

14 Aug 18  Jacques-Pierre (JP) Dumas

Recently IT Brief had the opportunity to talk to Juniper Networks CTO, Kireeti Kompella, about self-driving networks, digital transformation and enterprise security.

1. To start off with can you…

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Samsung’s “unbreakable” OLED screen

David Nield

July 26th, 2018

We keep on dropping our smartphones, so manufacturers keep on trying to find ways to make the displays on them tougher. Just a few days after Corning unveiled its improved Gorilla Glass 6, Samsung has shown off an officially “unbreakable” OLED panel destined for the…

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