Breaking Waves: Wearables and the Future of Digitization

Posted December 17, 2015 in Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal

Digital customer engagement, for example, has blurred organizational boundaries, giving rise to practices such as open innovation, social question-and-answer sites, and crowdfunding. More recently, the influx of wearable technologies and smart devices has set in motion a migration of digital activities into the analog space. These devices bring new capabilities, some of which are incremental extensions of existing systems, others of which are radically and profoundly new.

About The Author
Rob Gleasure
Rob Gleasure is a Lecturer at Cork University Business School and Co-Director of the MSc e-business program at University College Cork (UCC). His research interests include design science, NeuroIS, and online crowd behavior (particularly crowdfunding). Dr. Gleasure has been published in Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Sloan Management Review, Journal of Information Technology,… Read More
Jeremy Hayes
Mr. Hayes works as a consultant and trainer with client firms to help them to innovate their business models. Organizations he has worked with include the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce International, the Bank of Ireland Business Accelerator Programme, Trend Micro, EMIT Solutions, Big Red Cloud, CMSE Engineering, Aerospace Valley Toulouse,, and the International Energy Research Centre. Mr. Hayes is Associate Faculty in the Irish… Read More
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