At the heart of the transformation, as well documented in this Influencer 2.0 report by Brian Solis (with Traackr), the process is about moving from a brand-centric to a customer-centric approach.
Brian Solis, author and principal analyst at Altimeter, a Prophet company, asserts that “thinking about mobile as a bolt onto the web experience and not designing for micro-moments and mobile-only journeys” is another mistake marketers make.
No one understands the business imperative of creating meaningful experiences better than Brian Solis, futurist and author of X: The Experience When Business Meets Design.
Brian Solis gives an overview of the top trends that retail businesses can use to survive and thrive in today’s environment.
Recently we gave you a preview into the scintillating sous vide life of Nomiku, with a FB live with Brian Solis and two of his good friends cooking some of their amazing sous vide dishes.
Brian Solis, principal analyst at cyber security firm Altimeter, warned that hackers can use this technique to access everything from your password to your financial information and more.
by Joseph Onyekwere, The Guardian (excerpt) According to him, with the advent of technology, clients have become more discerning and impatient, adding: “the average 21st century client is not willing to wait for many things. Unless Nigerian lawyers become more innovative and adapt new ways of practice, they risk being rendered redundant and irrelevant by advances in information and communication technology. Speaking at the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Lagos Branch Annual Law Week held in Lagos, Mr. Olabode Olanipekun, Managing Partner…
While AR is already proving to be practical and highly beneficial in manufacturing, healthcare and warehouse logistics, CIOs should be evaluating the potential capabilities and applications for each scenario as it pertains to their business, says Brian Solis, an analyst at Altimeter Group.
“In its essence, it could simply be fun, a low investment way to get to know your network and stimulate conversations,” said Brian Solis, a digital analyst. “But, in some cases, memes can be deceptively dangerous.”
The Scottish Sun: BUM NOTE – New Facebook craze of sharing your top 10 gigs could be used by hackers and scammers, experts warn
Digital analyst Brian Solis suggested the game could even be a form of “quasi-phishing” and said hackers often use “social engineering” to get sensitive information out of victims without them realising.