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Computer Weekly: Consistent service, not speed, key to UK’s 5G future, say researchers

As the UK moves towards new 5G mobile technology, a study at Cambridge Judge Business School urges modest yet reliable mobile broadband connectivity, even if this entails a reduction of large headline speeds. Consistency rather than speed is the key…

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Business Weekly: Speechmatics raises bar with new speech recognition technology

Speechmatics, a startup that provides cloud-based speech recognition services that convert speech to text, has just launched a new real-time virtual appliance aiming to improve automatic speech recognition. The team hopes the new software will help to build “the best…

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Mobile technology – friend or foe?

Arman Moussavi, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, gave a TEDx Oxbridge talk on 21 May about mobile technology – cautioning listeners not to be too shackled to their convenient little computers. Arman studied electrical engineering at…

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Digital technology and health governance

Digital technology has the power to transform healthcare in developing countries, but only if it's used properly. Digital technology has the power to revolutionise health care in developing countries. Its mercurial ability to gather data, monitor patients, get the right…

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How to find the road less travelled

Traffic study shows real-time travel information has less of an impact on speeding up our journeys that you might expect. Those of us who travel on busy roads every day face the same enemy - traffic. Sources of real time…

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Green paper recognition

The UK's industrial strategy paper cites the role of entrepreneurial programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School in contributing to the successful Cambridge Cluster. The UK government's green paper on industrial strategy following Britain's exit from the European Union cites the…

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EMBA alumni awarded best start-up at Venture Creation Weekend

A wearable bracelet for epileptic sufferers - developed by Executive MBA alumni - was named "Best Start-Up" at a Venture Creation Weekend at Cambridge Judge Business School. Angela Single (EMBA 2013) and Khayala Eylazova (EMBA 2014) developed a proposal for…

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Zellabox inspired to become the next Apple

In 2009 the Zellabox micro data centre was a prototype founders Angie and Clinton Keeler put together in their dining room in Perth, Australia. Now there are Zellaboxes in small offices, warehousing operations and mining and exploration sites in Australia,…

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The digital revolution in public services

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes on how to do more with less for more. Over four billion people around the globe - more than half the world's population - live outside the formal economy…

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In technology, finding and nurturing the right people is key

Technology investor Mike Lynch, the founder of Invoke Capital, says it's important to challenge people to do great things. Challenges in different areas of business are very different, but leadership issues are the same. It's about building a team of…

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