Digital

We're Entering An Age of DIY Manufacturing

In my role as ERP Analyst at Software Advice, I spend a lot of time thinking about how developments in enterprise technologies such as impact manufacturing companies. Lately, however, I’ve been thinking about how some of these technologies (e.g. CAD software, cloud computing, 3D printing) are becoming accessible to the individual.

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The Demographics of Digital Platforms

One of the most interesting aspects of the analysis issued recently by Nielsen company NM Incite on the U.S. Digital Consumer (although the fact that 274 million Americans now have Internet access, up from 132 million in 2000 is pretty interesting) is the fact that a gender divide in digital usage seems to be emerging.

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The #mHealth Innovator

The number of people in the US who access health information from their mobile devices is increasing and mobile health innovators have picked up on this. As mobile solutions, access, and usability have evolved, so has the value proposition for adoption.

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Social Media's Future

Here we are. It's early in 2012 and the tech prophets are hard at it, making their predictions for the coming year. Among their "more of the same, but faster, smaller, and cheaper" prognostications, it's their forecasts for social networking that have particularly caught my eye.

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