IBM delivers the experience at Wimbledon 2015

Updated on July 10, 2015 The picture above is of a landmark that’s well known by fans of the Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament that is taking place in London right now. It’s Henman Hill, the grassy mound smack in the middle of the Wimbledon venue, nicknamed thus for the now-retired British player Tim Henman. It’s packed with people – and usually more than than you see here – enjoying the live tennis on huge screens at the side of Number…

7/7 perspective 10 years on

Today marks the tenth anniversary of the July 7 terrorist bombings in London in 2005, known as 7/7. On the morning of Thursday, 7 July 2005, four Islamist men detonated four bombs – three in quick succession aboard London Underground trains across the city and, later, a fourth on a double-decker bus in Tavistock Square. As well as the four bombers, 52 civilians were killed and over 700 more were injured in the attacks, the United Kingdom’s worst terrorist incident…

FIR #815: Windows 10 and Challenges for Microsoft

An in-depth discussion on the challenges for Microsoft as it prepares to roll out Windows 10 in 190 countries and 111 languages starting on July 29, human curation and the art of content discovery: the new holy grail for PR and marketing?, do we still need to ask how PR will cope in a citizen journalism world?, great examples show brands are starting to take virtual reality seriously.

FIR #814: You’re Underusing LinkedIn

Intro: Welcome to Linked Conversations host Chuck Hester, our final guest co-host as Neville’s month-long hiatus draws to a close. Quick News: How Apple won a PR victory with help from Taylor Swift, one of Hollywood’s biggest publicity agencies gets caught with its hand in the Wikipedia cookie jar, why Netflix reigns supreme in the cord-cutting movement, a top creative executive from the world of advertising proclaims the power of print. News That Fits: An in-depth conversation about LinkedIn, including…

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