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Digital Pulse

in·no·va·tion – A creation resulting from study and/or experimentation. The act of starting something new.

dis·rup·tion – An act of delaying or interrupting continuity. An event that results in displacement or discontinuity. The act of causing disorder.

Digital change is a journey, not a destination.
It requires agility and flexibility to underpin a continually evolving business environment.

Industry Change – The ongoing economic, technological and social development of commercial business and market sectors.

Podcast: How retailers can engage with tomorrow’s customer

Digital Pulse Podcast

With a shift predicted in future consumer behaviour, Richard Blundell and Shannon Orbons look at how retailers can prepare to engage and delight their customers.

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Infographic: The potential of augmented reality

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Augmented reality could be a boon for retailers and marketers alike, but where else is the technology currently employed? This infographic looks at the facts behind AR and the potential that lies ahead for a range of industries.

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Report: Connecting with tomorrow’s customer… now

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‘Always on’ customers are changing their behaviour dramatically in response to the digital revolution. John Riccio examines the key characteristics of tomorrow’s consumer in the third report of our Connected Retail series.

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Drones – the new professional tool?

From mining to search-and-rescue, drone technology is quickly being adopted for professional use. Euan Ramsay looks at the commercial applications in today’s market.

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Virtual dressing rooms will become reality sooner than you imagined

Retail and consumer

Retailers are using a range of approaches to enhance the online and in-store dressing room experience. John Riccio observes the technology that helps you find the perfect fit.

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Hacking into cars is not the issue – the entire IoT is at risk

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Hackers have proved (again) that they could remotely control your car. Who is taking responsibility for security in an increasingly connected world?

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Infographic: Are disks obsolete?

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Digital downloads dominate the entertainment market from internet TV to music streaming services, but is it safe to assume that physical media is no longer relevant?

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Ten steps to managing employee cloud activity

Employee technology

As cloud computing becomes the new normal, Peter Quigley looks at how businesses can successfully embed it into their existing framework.

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Three strategies for deploying mobile devices in the workplace

Mobile devices

The shift towards BYOD and wearables has unleashed the potential of a connected workplace. Nick Spooner looks at how to harness enterprise mobility to drive business growth.

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Take part in our survey of Australia’s digital health

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We’re looking for business or IT leaders to take part in PwC’s annual survey of digital technology investment and behaviour within enterprise.

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