Posts Tagged Long tail
The “Left Brain v/s Right Brain” Fallacy & The New World Order
Posted by Ashish Bhagwat in Business, Human Behavior, Innovation, Leadership, Management, Marketing, Technology, Trends on July 16, 2012
Our Left Brain tells us – based on reasoning – that, Left Brain deals with the Science & reasoning while the Right Brain deals with Art & Creativity. Therein lies the fallacy of the “Left Brain – Right Brain” dichotomy that has developed over time and frozen into over minds. For a long time, I […]
Game Changer #1: The Great Facilitation ballgame of Multi-sided Business Platforms
Posted by Ashish Bhagwat in Business, Innovation, Leadership, Marketing, Technology, Trends on May 13, 2012
This era clearly belongs to the multi-sided Platforms based business. Google and Apple have become the most valuable companies in the world. Amazon, that revolutionized the Books and Publishing markets through the e-Commerce strategy, has since transformed itself into a Platform company. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and recently Pinterest have become the household names, beyond the tech world. Travel, Hospitality & Commute have become well-integrated platforms driven businesses – driven through online technologies and ground-level operational integration. If you’re in any business – whether it’s technology or not, whether it’s e-commerce or not, whether it’s products or services – don’t ignore this trend. Think about how you can leverage on this model, or be part of this ever-growing multi-cog machine that benefits all its gears.
The Long tail of Apps wags, powered by PaaS
Posted by Ashish Bhagwat in Architecture, Cloud Computing, Innovation, Management, Platform-as-a-Service, Technology on February 27, 2011
Platform as a Service enables the application management of all those Long tail Applications that have until now remained a painful ghost set for all practical purposes. And if you notice the visual, business domain focused, rapid development characteristics of the underlying technologies of these Long tail Apps, there’s no doubt that new age PaaS technologies are a boon.