Ubiq Daily - Thursday, September 15, 2016

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From the CIO

Rob Harding, CIO of Capital One, discusses promoting agile development methodologies with Computer Weekly.

Philips and Qualcomm are teaming up to build an Internet of Things health care ecosystem that could trim billions off rising health care costs, reports John Markman of Forbes.

“Even with the high rate of predicted growth, a large number of organizations still have no current plans to use cloud services,” says Gartner research director Sid Nag.

Technology News

Earlier this year, Microsoft claimed that Edge is the most energy-efficient web browser currently available. Today they’ve released the numbers to prove it.

In light of Sapphire Ventures new $1 billion start-up fund (not to mention Technology Crossover Ventures $2.5 billion fund and Andreessen Horowitz’s $1.5 billion fund), it’s probably safe to say that fears about a downturn in the venture capital industry are misplaced.

For those who aren’t too embarrassed to be seen with them in public, Apple’s new AirPods are a godsend, writes Geoffrey A. Fowler of The Wall Street Journal.

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