Software Licensing

Ever Thought of Your Car as Being 'Intelligent'?

Vincent Smyth | Posted 14.10.2014 | UK Tech
Vincent Smyth

Using mobile phones simply for phone conversations is such an old-fashioned idea, right? These devices have evolved into smartphones that are now mobile information hubs for our needs on the go. Interestingly, many of us think of cars primarily as transportation to get us from point A to B. Similar to the evolution of mobile phones, we won't be thinking of our cars as so for long!

Gartner: Reinvent Your Business Model to Profit From the Internet of Things

Vincent Smyth | Posted 31.05.2014 | UK Tech
Vincent Smyth

Simply selling more device units will not result in the massive spike in profits manufacturers are hoping for as they make a play to compete in the Internet of Things (IoT).

Internet of Things a Boon to Device Manufacturers - at Least to Those Who "Get It"

Vincent Smyth | Posted 09.02.2014 | UK Tech
Vincent Smyth

Device Manufacturers have seen better days. Razor thin margins. Increased competition. Globalization. All of these forces have allied, making it harder to make a profit. But just when things were at their bleakest for device manufacturers, the dawning of the age of the "Internet of Things" - Internet-connected devices powered by software - promises to transform the industry.

Device Manufacturers: Adopt the Holy Trinity, Go Intelligent

Vincent Smyth | Posted 29.01.2013 | UK Tech
Vincent Smyth

To be a device manufacturer in today's marketplace can be brutal. Increased competition from new players on the world stage have a commoditizing eff...

Accidental Software Pirates: Why Companies Are Over-Using Software - And The Price They're Paying

Vincent Smyth | Posted 30.12.2012 | UK Tech
Vincent Smyth

Most assume that software piracy is the trade of unscrupulous criminals in countries like China, India and Russia. But you may be surprised to learn that most of the world's large Corporations - a veritable "who's-who" of the FTSE Global 500 - are software pirates.