Driven by the new wave of digital creativity, content creators and media technologists are increasingly exploring novel new formats such as virtual reality and gaming.
Last year’s Bjork Digital exhibition demonstrated both the creative potential and the sharp economics of curating an art exhibit that combined extraordinary creativity with minimal installation costs. On the gaming front Pokémon Go astounded the market with its geolocation augmented reality technology.
Referrals, introductions and networking have always been the best way to get new clients and win new business.
However, generating such leads takes time and effort. Recently acquired by Microsoft for an eye-watering $26bn, there are over 445 million users on LinkedIn, that’s more than half of the business people on the planet, making it by far the world’s largest business-to-business social network.
An Englishman’s home may well be his castle but in today’s world criminals from anywhere on the planet can easily get into it with a few well-chosen keystrokes.
From the US Election to Bank fraud to ransomware, the benefits of a truly digital society are steadily being blighted by a new generation of smart criminals and anonymous hackers.
Digital is becoming ever more pervasive in our everyday lives, from film-makers to universities to SMEs to multinationals, and it now forms a core part of most organisations’ daily operations.
The ‘Digital’ rate of change will only continue to accelerate as new technologies such as distributed ledgers and the Internet of Things become even more prevalent.
Oxford Technology & Media were delighted to welcome author and coach James Sale (author of “Mapping Motivation”) to kick off 2016 with a fascinating look into how you can map motivation and bring true insight into the uncertain world of people … Read More
Pennies From Heaven, an Oxford Technology & Media event. 9 Mar 2015, at The Story Museum, Oxford, UK. Were the vast sums of money made from recorded music in the 20th century just a curious anomaly in the history of … Read More
David Matthison, Founder & CEO of the Chief Digital Officer Club, discusses the rapid rise of a new breed of executive. [UPDATE: Members, watch your inbox for a mailing with a special discount registration for the first UK CDO Summit … Read More
An external event that members may find interesting: Magic & technology: or why we need to rethink Arthur C Clarke’s Third Law Said Business School Seminar: Genevieve Bell , 4th February, 6pm Genevieve Bell is a well known anthropologist, working at the … Read More
Master & Commander What makes great business leadership? An OTMFN Event Saïd Business School, Oxford – 13 January 2014 Video to Follow Soon A number of us might quote great leadership examples from history such as Alexander the Great, TE … Read More
Music & Lyrics Why music & sound make the world go round An OTMFN event 11 Nov 2013 at Solid State Logic, Begbroke, Oxfordshire Video by Paul Wightman, filmmaker and owner of Indigo Dingo Ltd – film … Read More