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Media & Marketing Partner Insights Q&A

High Dynamic Range Broadcasting Will Have More Impact Than 4K: Turner Head of Broadcast Technology

Most people can't tell the difference between today's high-definition TVs and 4K ones, but Bob Hesskamp says HDR will offer a more realistic picture across devices big and small. (Note: Turner is a Techonomy partner.)   More

Business Manufacturing Partner Insights

Resurgence of Hardware Driving Innovation Across the Enterprise

As the demands of the enterprise increase and software becomes more sophisticated, standard hardware cannot keep up, says Celestica's Jason Phillips. There is momentum around a new class of advanced hardware optimized for today’s complex enterprise environments. Note: Celestica is a Techonomy partner.   More

Partner Insights Techonomy Events

Endless Opportunities with the Future of Retail

Retailers should not be cowed by the rise of Amazon, says Pitney Bowes' Lila Snyder. Rather, they should learn from Amazon's success to focus on customer experience and think creatively about new opportunities. (Note: Pitney Bowes is a Techonomy partner.)   More

Healthcare Innovation Partner Insights

A New Goal for Health: Seamless Care

As the healthcare industry moves away from "sick care" to prevention and healthy living, a new level of collaboration between health systems is needed, says Philips North America CEO. (Note: Philips is a Techonomy partner.)   More

Healthcare Partner Insights Resilience

Business Transformation Requires Personal Leadership Transformation

Leaders can successfully respond to external change only if they have the internal tools to manage the overwhelming pace and stress.   More

Innovation Managing Partner Insights

Digital Transformation is Shaking Up Corporations

Digital transformation changes how we lead our lives, and profoundly impacts how businesses function and compete. Now customer experience, especially, needs to become more personalized. And since those same connected consumers are also employees, the workplace, too, must change quickly.   More

Analytics & Data From the Magazine Jobs Partner Insights

The Bots Aren’t Taking Over

The winning play in a digital economy is not fighting against robots and artificial intelligence, but using our new tools to improve productivity. What we need to do is enhance knowledge work with systems of intelligence. Open your mind to the reality that tech is extending productivity and profitability in ways that even a few years ago would have seemed far-fetched.   More

Healthcare Partner Insights

Washington Post Conference Highlights Progress in American Healthcare

At a recent Washington Post medical conference, entrepreneurs, doctors and health experts acknowledged American healthcare's serious problems. But they also agreed that tech can dramatically transform healthcare. A panoply of innovations are underway. Philips CEO Frans van Houten noted that what really matters is whether people get and stay well.   More

Innovation Partner Insights Q&A Video

Turner’s CTO On How Tech is Changing Media

Techonomy President Josh Kampel and Jeremy Legg, CTO of Turner, recently chatted about the ways that technology is changing Turner, from their distribution to their customer experience.   More

Global Tech Internet of Things Partner Insights

Why Twitter and eBay Rely on 100-year-old Pitney Bowes

Pitney Bowes, a powerhouse in the era when sending print mail was the primary way of communication, is fully in the present today. Now, the company is emerging as a crucial part of the digital ecosystem, operating a back-end software and services infrastructure that enables Twitter to assign a location to a tweet, eBay's customers to buy and sell goods from anywhere in the world, and other services.   More

Healthcare Partner Insights

Designing the Future of Healthcare

In today’s shifting healthcare landscape, where technology is pervasive and people feel more ownership over their own health, we expect more from products and services. To create meaningful and connected experiences, companies like Johnson & Johnson are rethinking the role and value of design as a differentiator. Design is more than just aesthetics or packaging.   More

Healthcare Partner Insights

Harnessing the Power of Behavior Change

Changing behavior for greater health is not just a challenge for public health or psychology. We've got to get consumers more engaged in and proactive about their health. But we need more than just innovation. We need holistic solutions that keep the individual at the center.   More

Healthcare Partner Insights

Healthcare 9021…uh oh

Your health should not depend on your zip code, yet huge disparities exist even in developed countries like the U.S. And in a turnabout, now children may not live as many years as their parents. Philips' mission is to intervene with collaboration, technology, and big data, to improve the lives of three billion people a year by 2025.   More

Analytics & Data Jobs Partner Insights

Artificial Intelligence May Change the Face of Business

Artificial Intelligence (AI) may be the single most disruptive technology the world has seen since the Industrial Revolution. Accenture research suggests it could double economic growth rates in the U.S. and other developed countries. And while many believe AI will supplant humans, we think it will instead mostly enable people to do more exceptional work.   More

Healthcare Internet of Things Partner Insights

Unlocking Healthcare’s Data

We need technology to bring new solutions to global healthcare. And the potential of the Internet of Things is just beginning. Computing power, miniaturization, mobile, big data, the cloud, and social networks are driving this critical trend. Almost two in five are projected to use wearable monitoring devices by 2019. The resulting data can make the world dramatically healthier.   More

Analytics & Data Partner Insights

Digital Transformation is Hard. Software Can Help

Transitioning an enterprise into the digital world is not easy, and poor online user experience can make or break a business. Companies need to invest in tools and services to enable the transformation, and measure the impact of poor user experience online.   More

Analytics & Data Internet of Things Partner Insights

Why Verizon is Betting on The Internet of Things

The "Internet of Things" is the next big move as the economy goes digital. Measuring and acting on signals generated by everything from steps individuals take to the amount of water flowing over a dam, a vast new industry is emerging to bring more efficiency to society. In a comprehensive new report released Tuesday, Verizon outlines why this Internet of Things (IoT) transition is critical to business. The company has products, a platform, and enormous enthusiasm for this transformation.   More

Healthcare Internet of Things Partner Insights

Philips CEO van Houten on Digital Health’s Future

Philips CEO Frans van Houten was a big presence at the giant recent HIMSS healthcare & tech conference in Las Vegas. HIMSS is where the digital world meets the world of health, and Philips aims increasingly to be a central player in that conjunction. I interviewed van Houten briefly on the show floor and separately conducted a lengthy interview with him on stage. He has five lessons he wants healthcare to learn from other industries.   More

Internet of Things Mobile Partner Insights

Why Ford’s Work with Amazon will Echo Widely

Amazon's Echo ambient voice interface device is a breakthrough with growing implications for the future of computing. And the relationship developing between Amazon and Ford to add vehicle-related functions to Echo's cloud service is one more piece of evidence to show how vast Echo's potential could be. Soon you will be able simply to speak in your living room to turn on your car, set its heater for 72, or perform all sorts of other tasks relating to your vehicle.   More

Healthcare Partner Insights

Digital Tools Will Keep Us Healthier, a Davos Dinner Concludes

At a fascinating dinner in Davos, health care leaders tackled the changing face of healthcare in a digital age, and how technology can empower both patients and caregivers. The deeply-informed group was optimistic that huge progress is possible, and soon. The host was healthcare technology giant Philips,   More