Android, Augmented reality AR, iOS, iPhone, Mobile, Virtual Reality (VR)

4 Ways Mobile AR Is Building the New Immersive World

Marked as one of the strategic tech trends for 2019 by Gartner, immersive technologies are changing how we interact with the world. Augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR) and virtual reality (VR) are all parts of the mix, but AR on mobile devices is what really poised to democratize and expand this transformation. Mobile AR,… Continue reading 4 Ways Mobile AR Is Building the New Immersive World

IoT, IT Start Up, IT Trends

IT trends in the Nordics. Part I: Internet of Things (IoT)

Is Nordics pioneering IoT? From remote control to autonomous connected things and intelligent decision making. Initiatives from Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland: start-ups and industry leaders engaged. Nordic countries are leading the way in the Internet of Things, the latest ‘Connected things’ study by TeliaSonera shows. There will be ~4 connected devices per person in the Nordics… Continue reading IT trends in the Nordics. Part I: Internet of Things (IoT)

IT Start Up, IT Trends

The Top Technologies and Trends for business leaders to watch in 2014

We said goodbye to the year 2013 and welcomed the year 2014. Businesses had time to reflect on the last year and now it is high time for business leaders to look at the projected trends of 2014 to ensure their organization is prepared for what is next. The top ten technologies and trends that… Continue reading The Top Technologies and Trends for business leaders to watch in 2014

Mobile

The End of the Mobile Device Workflow Problem

All of these mobile devices were supposed to make our jobs easier. On a flight? Edit your presentation from your tablet at 10,000 feet. Working from home? Review a time-sensitive document on your smartphone. This was the popular narrative on-the-go workers told themselves, and it was a good story - but it was a fictitious… Continue reading The End of the Mobile Device Workflow Problem

IT Trends

Top 3 Software Market Trends in IT industry

According to Gartner’s predictions, by 2012, 50% of traveling workers will leave their notebooks at home in favor of other devices such as iPad, Tablets, and Smartphones. By 2012, 80% of all commercial software will include elements of open-source technology. Many open-source technologies are mature, stable and well supported. Open Source is here to stay.… Continue reading Top 3 Software Market Trends in IT industry