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  • Internet Trends 2014 - Mary Meeker - Kleiner Perkins

    An insightful research report, written by Mary Meeker, that addresses many important and popular tech / internet trends of 2014.

  • Santander client case study

    Case study of Yegii's project on Cryptocurrencies' impact on Banks.

  • Akamai client case study

    A client case study of Yegii's project for Akamai Technologies (2015).

  • Why doesn't every firm eat at the open innovation smorgasbord? Yegii White Paper, no. 1, June 2014

    Open Innovation is an attractive business model. There is often resistance towards true open innovation. The 3rd party innovation market is maturing. The next generation open innovation is very different. Increased trust in disintermediation has created opportunities at the higher end of the spectrum. Realizing the true potential of opening up innovation has to do with mobilizing employees and executives to share thoughts with the outside, not just receive input. Expert network? That’s you.

  • Data Brokers: A Call for Transparency and Accountability

    In this report, the Federal Trade Commission discusses the results of an in-depth study of nine major data brokers. Their behavior in the market and the concern for privacy of the massive amount of publicly available consumer data is of main discussion in this document. Additional topics mentioned include: data acquisition, development of products, types of products, data quality, consumer controls, as well as finding and recommendations about regulation of the data broker industry.

  • Accenture Technology Vision

    Accenture Technology Vision is an annual report on tech trends. In 2014, they announce that "every business is a digital business, whether you are digitally disrupted or a digital disrupter. In their view, "Industrial companies are becoming customer service companies. Consumer products companies are becoming Internet companies. Energy companies are becoming information companies. And media and entertainment companies are becoming logistics companies." The six trends are: 1. The digital-physical blur, 2. From workforce to crowdsource, 3. Data supply chain, 4. Harnessing hyperscale, 5. Business of applications, and 6. Architecting resilience.

  • Cellular M2M forecasts and assumptions: 2010-2020

    This report details a progression of M2M cellular communications from 3% to 10% of entire global mobile market by 2020. An estimated 1 billion M2M cellular device connections will exist by 2020.

  • OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard

    OECD's policy-oriented review of science, technology, innovation and industrial performance means innovation through R&D is important, but young firms contribute a lot to job creation, foreign consumers sustain jobs, emerging economies now count, researchers are mobile, but universities are still concentrated in hotspots (read: in the US).

  • TR 10 breakthrough technologies 2014

    MIT Tech Review (TR)'s list of 10 breakthrough technologies includes quite specific developments or even products. The full list includes: Agricultural Drones, Ultraprivate Smartphones, Brain Mapping, Neuromorphic Chips, Genome Editing, Microscale 3-D Printing, Mobile Collaboration, Oculus Rift, Agile Robots, Smart Wind and Solar Power.

  • Quandl

    Quandl is an incredibly easy way to find, use and share numerical data. With the site you can search through millions of datasets and instantly: download, graph, share or access data via API.

  • International Broadband Pricing Study: Updated Dataset

    Google has worked with Communications Chambers to produce a dataset of retail broadband Internet service prices. We released the first dataset in August 2012 and updated it again in May 2013. This dataset enables international comparisons over time and can potentially be used to evaluate the efficacy of particular public policies on consumer prices.

  • Future Internet Bandwidth Trends: An Investigation on Current and Future Disruptive Technologies

    New technologies sometimes result in disruptive changes to the existing infrastructure. Without adequate foresight, industry, academia, and government can be caught flat-footed. In this work, we focus on the trends surrounding home Internet bandwidth — the bandwidth required by end user applications at home. As building and managing last mile network infrastructure incurs substantial cost, the foresight of such trends is necessary to plan upgrades. Using a bottom-up approach, we look at four potentially disruptive technologies, including millimeter wave wireless (mm-wave), the Internet of Things (IoT), Fog Computing, and Software Defined Networking (SDN).

  • Vision of Smart Home: The Role of Mobile in the Home of the Future

    A report on the substantial growth potential of the Smart Home industry ($44bn in 2016) and how mobile connectivity will play an integral role in expanding the niche market to a growing consumer base, as mobile connectivity further embeds itself into everyday life.

  • Deloitte Tech Trends

    Deloitte’s annual Technology Trends report examines the ever-evolving landscape of technology put to practical business use. Deloitte has selected 10 trends that have the opportunity to impact business over the next 18 to 24 months. Deloitte's 5th Annual Tech Trends Report, called Inspiring Disruption (2014), looks at both disruptors and enablers. Last year's report, Elements of postdigital (2013), looked more deeply into the five forces of postdigital enterprise that were introduced last year: analytics, mobile, social, cloud and cyber.

  • Rich Data and the Increasing Value of IoT

    This is a link to the EMC Digital Universe study. With research and analysis by IDC (International Data Corporation), this is the only study to quantify and forecast the amount of data produced around the world annually. The 2014 report projects the growth of the digital universe through 2020.

  • GitHub language trends and the fragmenting landscape

    This website shows the creation of GitHub repositories to understand the change in usage of programming languages over the past five years.

  • Terahertz tech gets a major push

    The band between microwave and infrared offers a wide-open frontier, and a unique collection of talent at Rice University is eager to explore. Potential benefits include much faster cellphone networks as well as sensors and detectors that may revolutionize medical imaging, security screening and manufacturing quality control.

  • European Commission and South Korea on 5G mobile technology

    An agreement signed in Seoul today is a milestone in the global race to develop 5G mobile technologies. The European Commission and South Korea's Minister of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP) have agreed to work towards a global definition of 5G and to cooperate in 5G research. They also agreed on the need for harmonized radio spectrum to ensure global interoperability and on the preparation of global standards for 5G.

  • Wrestling the Subsidy Challenge in Telecom

    This article details the challenge of subsidies in mature wireless markets around the globe—especially the United States, Europe, Japan, and Australia. Subsidy budgets have grown as operators are forced to increase subsidies and swallow rising wholesale prices of iconic devices. These high sales acquisition costs are dragging down earnings, the solution provided uses discount installment billing which has shown a 3 to 5 percent increase of earnings in some companies.

  • KPCB Internet trends 2014

    The latest edition of the annual Internet Trends report includes: key Internet trends showing slowing Internet user growth but strong smartphone, tablet and mobile data traffic growth as well as rapid growth in mobile advertising, emerging positive efficiency trends in education and healthcare, data behind the rapid growth in sensors, data mining tools, pattern recognition, context on the evolution of online video, observations about online innovation in China.

  • 2014 State of the Smart Home

    Survey data about consumers’ expectations and priorities for Home Automation technology.

  • Strategic Decisions for Multisided Platforms

    MSPs are very hard to build. There are three main obstacles that trip up most MSP candidates: 1. The chicken-and-egg problem inherent in launching an MSP business 2. Resistance from key potential MSP constituents, who do not want to be beholden to a new and powerful MSP 3. The sheer complexity of running an MSP business with conflicting interests to satisfy.

  • Top Technology Trends for 2014

    IEEE Computer Society journals, magazines, and conferences are continually at the forefront of current technology trends. This web page details what the IEEE sees as the top ten technology trends for this year.

  • Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2014

    Gartner has compiled its annual list of the top 10 strategic technology trends that have the potential to disrupt individuals, businesses and IT organizations. This year's list highlights the disruptive impact of the Nexus of Forces: mobile, social, cloud and information.

  • 5G: A Technology Vision

    5G wireless will support 1000-fold gains in capacity, connections for 100 billion+ devices, and a 10Gb/s individual capacity with low latency and response time. Deployment of these networks will emerge between 2020 and 2030.

  • Boosting Telecos' Smartphone Sales in Developing Markets

    This report reviews the challenge of developing markets when it comes to handsets and data plans. Roughly 95 percent of consumers use prepaid, no-contract phone plans on low-cost phones. Yet growth in mobile data traffic is expected to grow substantially in many emerging markets such as Brazil, Thailand, and India due to younger more educated users flooding the market. With significant growth potential in these markets, expansion plans might consist of one of two strategies: branding, or data upsell and monetization

  • A New Business Cycle for Telcos

    This article identifies survey results showing a significant downtrend for European telecommunications revenues and EBITDA year over year, with emerging markets seeing solid revenue growth on average. The survey of IT performance of European operators finds spending up for the first time in years. It also states that telcos are becoming innovation spenders—focusing on investments that facilitate the development of new products, better experiences, and deeper customer relationships

  • WSIS+10 Statement on the Implementation of WSIS Outcomes

    This publication contains the outcomes from the WSIS+10 High Level Event, an extended version of the WSIS Forum. This Event, held in Geneva 10-13 June 2014, resulted in the WSIS+10 Statement on the Implementation of the WSIS Outcomes and WSIS+10 Vision for WSIS Beyond 2015. The ITU coordinated WSIS+10 High Level Event took place in close collaboration with all UN Agencies under their respective mandates.

  • 10 tech topics IT leaders should stay on top of

    From Software-defined networking to Big Data and IPv6. This report by TechRepublic lists 10 tech topics geared towards leaders in the IT sphere. TechRepublic helps IT decision-makers identify technologies and strategies to empower workers and streamline business processes.

  • Human Resources and Social Media

    Innovative companies are mining connections on key social networking sites, maintaining your organization’s reputation online, and watching how their own talent is interacting online. They are also leveraging social media to create talent communities that engage passive candidates and promote their brand.

  • Why your customers break up with you

    This article details Bain & Company studying churn in telecommunications and media companies, finding they lose between 2% and 2.5% of their customers every month. The reason why is because customers have reached their breaking point with said companies for a variety of reasons and choose to "cut the cord" with their provider.

  • Securing information and communication networks: best practices for developing a culture of cybersecurity

    This report is composed of a number of best practice reports on different aspects of cybersecurity. These include (1) a guide for the establishment of a national cybersecurity management system; (2) best practices for the creation of public-private partnerships in support of cybersecurity goals and objectives; (3) building a national computer security incident management capability; (4) managing a national CIRT with critical success factors; and (5) best practices for Internet Service Provider (ISP) network protection.

  • Bridging differing perspectives on technological platforms: Toward an integrative framework

    This article aims to bridge the dominant theoretical perspectives, and proposes a unified theoretical framework for research on technological platforms.

  • EC announces influx of partners to the Graphene Flagship project

    One of the largest-ever European research initiatives, is doubling in size. 66 new partners are being invited to join the consortium following the results of a €9 million competitive call. While most partners are universities and research institutes, the share of companies, mainly SMEs, involved is increasing. The partnership now includes more than 140 organizations from 23 countries.

  • Tech Trends 2014: Inspiring Disruption

    An extensive review of 10 technology trends that have the opportunity to impact organizations across industries, geographies, and sizes over the next 18 to 24 months. The theme of this report is inspiring disruption with the goal to offer CIOs the opportunities to inspire others, create value, and transform "business as usual".

  • International Postal Big Data: Discussion Forum Recap

    Overview of United State Postal Service discussion on big data. Topics of discussion revealed that there is no single, unified definition of big data. Three criteria, or “3V’s,” seem to characterize big data: its volume, makeing it difficult to store and process, the velocity at which it is produced, and the variety of data sources, both structured and unstructured, ranging from databases to tweets. All participants agreed that the potential of big data is enormous; but the right business model for postal operators to fully harness the power of big data is still unfolding.

  • Africa Internet Users, Facebook and 2015 Population Statistics

    NOTES: (1) Africa Population data are 2015 mid-year estimates. (2) Africa Internet Usage Statistics in this table are for November 30, 2015. (3) The Facebook subscriber data are for Nov. 15, 2015, the last available from FB. (4) CLICK on each region or country name for details for each individual location. (5) For methology, help and definitions please see the . (6) Population estimates are based mainly on figures from the and local sources. (7) The Internet usage numbers come mainly from data published by , , , and other trustworthy sources. (8) Data from this table may be cited, giving the due credit and establishing an active link back to

  • Free 3D CAD Library and Collaboration Tools for Engineers

    GrabCAD is leading the Open Engineering movement, helping engineers get products to market faster by enabling truly collaborative product development.

  • Top 10 risks in telecommunications 2014

    This is the latest in Ernst & Young Global Limited's ongoing series of periodic reports designed to pinpoint the most critical risk issues in the telecommunications sector, analyze the industry’s evolving responses, and highlight elements of emerging best practices in addressing these risks. EY Global does not claim this list of risks is comprehensive, and it only provides a generalized snapshots of known risks.

  • NASA melds vacuum tube tech with silicon to fill the terahertz gap

    Transistor built on vacuum tube principles may reach frequencies that silicon cannot. There's a chance that vacuum tube technology could make its way back into computers—albeit without the vacuum—thanks to NASA research that has put together nanoscale "vacuum channel" transistors that can switch at more than 400GHz.

  • Self-Encrypting Solid State Drive: Corporate IT

    According to a 2013 survey by Forrester research, 32 percent of all corporate security breaches are due to the loss or theft of corporate laptops. SanDisk's technology offers protection to IT workers on the go from losing devices containing sensitive company data.

  • 10 Tech Trends in Healthcare

    This report includes the ten biggest healthcare IT influences over the last decade - trends that may fundamentally change the direction of healthcare support. The focus is on technologies that improve efficiencies and enable employees to perform required tasks quicker and with less manual intervention.

  • Bitcoin & Gresham's Law - the economic inevitability of Collapse

    The stability of bitcoin mining is challenged greatly if botnets, clustered computers that are hacked and forced to mine at a power-cost of zero threaten the livelihood of honest bitcoin miners. This has the potential to destabilize the bitcoin economy in the longterm.

  • World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15)

    The World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15) will be held in Geneva, Switzerland, from 2 to 27 November 2015.​ This year's event will feature a discussion on the standardization of 5G network technology. ​World radiocommunication conferences (WRC) are held every three to four years. It is the job of WRC to review, and, if necessary, revise the Radio Regulations, the international treaty governing the use of the radio-frequency spectrum and the geostationary-satellite and non-geostationary-satellite orbits.

  • Customer-Centricity and Selective Capillarity A Multichannel Strategy for Telecom Operators

    This report states that while Telecom operators have developed sophisticated products and services, they have not evolved their commercial footprint or distribution at the same pace. To solve this issue, the suggested solution by this report is to increase revenues and boost subscriber profitability by developing new online, mobile, and independent sales channels, instead of the large-scale sources of existing commercialization systems.

  • Mobile disruption in the living room in 2014

    The shift from fixed to mobile platforms has the potential to disrupt the TV advertising economy by enabling new ways to aggregate, measure and engage with audiences beyond the exclusive control of TV programmers.

  • EMC Executives Report From The Road

    A combination of blog posts written about technology trends for 2014 from the viewpoints of various EMC Executives.

  • Formation of the Software and IS Industry in Dalian, China

    Studies on information services industries around the world acknowledge India as a center for offshore development and service outsourcing.In contrast, China’s information services industry has a higher ratio of software product development targeting domestic markets. Dalian,however, has prospered as a hub for development and services aimed at Japanese market. While the sales volume and value of exports for the software and information services industry in Dalian were over 200 million yuan and several million dollars in 1998, the figures exceeded 40.27 billion yuan and 1.4 billion dollars in 2009.

  • Adding Agility to Execution: Strategic Planning in the Digital Age

    This report details enterprise level adjustments necessary to improve agility in strategic planning. Outlining the needs of organization to build advanced foresight and scenarios by focusing on key topics right from the outset of discussion, reducing cycle time in information, and increasing internal collaboration are all concepts found in this document.

  • The Year of the Employee: HR Technology In 2014

    Global economic growth will create a new level of competition for people. People will change jobs. HR organizations will shift their focus from cost reduction to retention and engagement. Technology will continue to make the world a smaller place, forcing companies to improve their employment brand in every possible way. Data will become a new currency. Leadership will continue to be in short supply. And HR organizations will have to innovate to stay ahead.

  • Cognitive analytics

    Cognitive analytics offers a way to bridge the gap between big data and the reality of practical decision making.

  • 7 Tech Trends That Will Change Your Business

    Trends mentioned include: Bring Your Own Device, Apps for Commercial Building Control, Virtualized Phone Systems, Software Trends. Report conducted by CCIM Institute - a resource to over 9,500 commercial real estate professionals around in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and more than 35 other nations.

  • Organizations Unprepared to Tackle Next Wave of Technology Trends

    Less than ten percent of organizations say their existing IT infrastructure is fully prepared to address the proliferation of mobile devices, social media, data analytics, and cloud computing, according to preliminary findings released today by IBM.

  • Fiber by cities: Washington DC, San Francisco, Seattle

    With the exception of the 16M households that will have access to Verizon FiOS services — and can choose between that service and cable — the rest of the United States has very few choices for high-capacity data transport. The United States of America, as a whole, does not have a plan for making an upgrade to fiber optic connections to homes and businesses.

  • Machine Learning Applications for Data Center Optimization

    The modern data center (DC) is a complex interaction of multiple mechanical, electrical and controls systems. The sheer number of possible operating configurations and nonlinear interdependencies make it difficult to understand and optimize energy efficiency. Google developed a neural network framework that learns from actual operations data to model plant performance, it is a model that has been extensively tested and validated at Google DCs. The results demonstrate machine learning is an effective way of leveraging existing sensor data to model DC performance and improve energy efficiency.

  • The Economics of Private Digital Currency

    This paper presents a holistic view on the impact of cryptocurrencies, specifically Bitcoin, on banking sectors as well as on government in the form of reduced tax dollars generated from inflation.

  • The Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing Industry: Diversity and Challenges in Asia

    This analysis of IT-BPO industry developments in Asia points to continued expansion in domestic, regional, and global demand and supply. There is a need for timely, concerted efforts by key stakeholders to define strategies, programs, and projects to respond to opportunities and challenges at all levels. Experiences from Asian economies can offer lessons, but each situation has its own peculiarities. There is no single approach to developing an IT-BPO industry.

  • Dynamic pricing of network goods with boundedly rational consumers

    This report explains a consumer’s demand for a network good. The demand for a network good depend upon the demands of other consumers, and therefore choosing this demand optimally poses a cognitive challenge for most consumers. In the outlined model of pricing a network good, consumers display “bounded rationality” where the vendor chooses a dynamic price path to maximize the present value of profit. The result is a price and quantity path that differs significantly from that predicted by standard economic theory and is closer to empirical observations.

  • National culture and organizational capabilities of IT offshoring services in Kenya

    This report outlines the pervasive adoption of outsourced information technology (IT) services which has made the multi-billiondollar information technology outsourcing industry become important to individual organizations and governments as well. IT offshoring elevates the importance of country destination where services are outsourced to with increasing attention shifting to offshore destinations in Africa. African countries are emerging as offshore destinations because they are regarded as low cost regions, while the traditional ‘captive’ destinations such as India and China are becoming middle income with rising employment costs.

  • Eleventh Grade Tech Trends

    Current technology trends with teenagers around the world are discussed. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat are the social networks of focus.

  • Towards Converged 5G Networks - Challenges and Current Trends

    This powerpoint outlines the details of challenges and trends within standardizations towards the development of 5G Networks.

  • From Digitally Disrupted to Digital Disrupter

    This year’s report represents the latest iteration of Accenture’s Technology Vision, which declares that “every business is a digital business.” This report outlines several advances made by large corporations to adopt new technologies that are only occasionally directly relevant to the underlying business's objectives.

  • Explained: The ABCs of the Internet of Things

    Overview of IoT and dominant opportunities, pitfalls, and trends within this critical technical factor of multi-industry disruption. The core feature in IoT is the unlocking of interactions between smart devices leading to richer and more thorough data analysis to get a better understanding of the interaction between physical and digital world.

  • India’s losing 70% incremental voice & call centre business to Philippines: Study

    This is a Press Release detailing a ASSOCHAM-KPMG joint study that states India is losing 70% of its call center business to the Philippines and Eastern Europe. If this trend continues, India may lose up to $30 billion in foreign exchange revenue in the next decade unless it steps up to its competitors.

  • Cars could drive themselves sooner than expected after European push

    Cars could be driving themselves down the world's streets far sooner than expected, thanks to a change in a global treaty backed by European countries (chiefly: Germany, Italy and France).

  • Internet matters: The Net's sweeping impact on growth, jobs, and prosperity

    This article states the Internet's impact on global growth is rising rapidly. It details that the Internet accounted for 21 percent of GDP growth over the last five years among developed countries studied by MGI, which was a sharp acceleration from the 10 percent contribution over the prior 15 years. Most of the economic value created by the Internet falls outside of the technology sector, with 75 percent of the benefits captured by companies in more traditional industries.

  • A Platform and Blogging Tool, Medium Charms Writers

    Medium a blogging platform where anyone can contribute, writing on all manner of topics. The posts that gain attention, often on Twitter, are displayed prominently and gain more traction as readers and contributors weigh in. The design is responsive, meaning that no matter what device a story is read on — phone, tablet or computer — it always looks pretty.

  • Gartner Top Technology Trends 2014

    According to Gartner, the top ten technologies and trends that will be strategic for most organizations in 2014 are: Mobile Device Diversity and Management, Mobile Apps and Applications, The Internet of Everything, Hybrid Cloud and IT as Service Broker, Cloud/Client Architecture, The Era of Personal Cloud, Software Defined Anything, Software Defined Anything, Smart Machines, and 3-D Printing.

  • Key tech trends for businesses in Africa

    While international trends are often mirrored in Africa, the unique operating environment and challenges on the continent result in some very interesting applications in the business technology space. SYSPRO is a global leader in the production of world-class ERP software, with over 15,000 licensed companies as customers in more than 60 countries worldwide.

  • Maximizing Value from IT Outsourcing

    This report reviews telecom operators in the Middle East and North Africa that have been increasing their information technology outsourcing with the aim of better IT quality, lower costs, and greater flexibility, among other benefits. The problem is that the majority of MENA telecoms have adopted a transactional approach to outsourcing. To achieve the full benefits, this report suggests that companies instead need to adopt a more strategic perspective, especially with respect to three crucial areas: 1) value oriented sourcing, 2) strategic vendor management, and 3) quality assurance.

  • The Right to Organize in the Philippine Business Process Outsourcing Industry

    The purpose of this paper is to investigate the labor rights issues surrounding the Philippine business process outsourcing (BPO) industry, specifically the right to organize. It also aims to investigate how the changing structure of the Philippine economy has affected the labor rights of its people. This paper will use the BPO industry in the Philippines as a case study. This paper will also try to compare the Philippine experience with those of other countries in order to put its findings in context.

  • The Canadian legal landscape in 3D scanning and printing

    The potential for disruptions to IP protections abound. IP laws apply to the 3D technologies as well as to the objects that are copied. These laws are designed to protect the owners of creative works, logos, designs and useful inventions, while also allowing and encouraging public access to them. The use of 3D technology raises issues with each of the IP regimes – copyright, industrial design, trade-mark and patent.

  • The Accenture CIO Mobility Survey 2013

    This report reveals insights from an Accenture survey of more than 400 global IT executives. Insights include 73 percent of IT executives stating that mobility will impact their business as much as or more so than the web did.

  • Market Vista Q1 2014 Report on Outsourcing Trends

    This report provides data and analysis highlighting the key trends and developments in the fast-evolving global offshoring and outsourcing market.

  • Online Media Model Is ‘Broken’

    Mr. Harrison says he’s tired of “fighting for the next click,” of trying to soldier on by sheer will and determination against a business model he believes is “broken.” Shortcomings include, he said, phony web traffic, ads that are paid for but never run, media buyers who don’t really know where ads are running, and far less interaction with advertising than is acknowledged.

  • The Mobile Video Market 2014-2018

    This report tells the story of mobile video as a disruptive service. Mobile video is a disruptive service because it can bypass traditional video platforms; how this can occur is explained in this study.

  • Daniel Burrus’ Top 25 Technology-Driven Trends for 2014

    Brief overview of 25 technology trends of 2014 including big data, drones, energy storage, advanced automation and robotics.

  • 5 Tech Trends Your Business Needs to Know About

    Advancements in technology have always led to drastic, often sudden changes in the way businesses are run. The rate of change is only increasing – it’s become so fast and furious that what applies now may be out the window five years from now (e.g. Blackberry as the favored device of office workers). What are the current tech trends that companies need to be aware of?

  • LeWeb Trends Review: Is the “Internet of Everything” already here?

    How are the internet and the digital revolution changing our lives? There are probably more than a thousand answers to this question, LeWeb Trends Review — inspired by several major online publications — focused on some of the major changes happening in technology and innovation.

  • Publicis Groupe Joins NYC Media Lab

    The NYC Media Lab Lab connects companies seeking to advance new media technologies with university labs, programs and talent in New York. It was launched in 2010 by the New York City Economic Development Corp., New York University and Columbia University. All Publicis Groupe agencies have the chance to participate in the Lab’s media research initiatives, covering areas like design, data science and engineering.

  • Internet Trends 2014 - Mary Meeker / Kleiner Perkins

    An insightful research report, written by Mary Meeker, that addresses many important and popular tech / internet trends of 2014.

  • Subscription Services: The Perfect Business Model?

    At Inc.'s 17th annual Growth conference, author and entrepreneur John Warrillow wowed the crowd with his ode to the subscription model.

  • 5 Personal Tech Trends in 2014

    This study revealed some surprising new trends and also touched up on things already known about how consumers interact with technology today. The study was completed by 8,853 respondents nationally representative of the U.S. general population, all over the age of 18.

  • IDC Research

    IT, telecoms & networks, security products, health & life sciences, financial services, manufacturing

  • Scopus

    Articles, books, reports, and patents in science, engineering, social science, and arts and humanities, particularly published after 1995. Includes citation features and tools to analyze authors and journals