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Top Picks of the Week - 2nd March

Here are our top picks of the week from the digital sphere. Enjoy!

How to pick your next CRM system

According to Gartner, businesses who fail to implement the right data management and customer interaction strategy will lose out on a 25% increase in potential new revenue. It is therefore imperative that you get the right Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system for you. But where do you start? Functionality is key in selecting a CRM platform and 2018 is set to bring a number of opportunities to the CRM market. There are however several other factors which need to be considered when selecting a new, or upgraded, solution.

Find out more here.

 

The future of phones is folding

The future of smartphones is folding. At least, that's what Samsung thinks. In its latest earnings report, the company says it "will continue its efforts to differentiate its smartphones by adopting cutting-edge technologies, such as foldable OLED displays." Samsung patents in 2017 and 2016 both show variations on a flexible-screened flip phone. Meanwhile, a patent application dated July 2017 recently emerged from rival LG, showing a flexible smartphone that unfolds to become a tablet.

Find out more here.

 

Could Uber run the London bus network?

Uber wants to run city bus systems. And, as the UK’s bus coverage hits a 28-year-low, unless government and local authorities invest more in public transport, we may well have to give the taxi firm a shot. Dara Khosrowshahi, the firm’s CEO, says he wants Uber to become a market for transport options from bikes to food delivery and more. "Cars are to us what books are to Amazon."

Find out more here.

 

Church spires to boost mobile coverage

Church spires could be used to boost mobile and broadband coverage in rural areas under an agreement between the UK government and the Church of England. Two-thirds of Anglican churches are in rural areas and their location at the heart of their communities means they are well-placed to help deliver improved mobile connectivity, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport said.

Find out more here.

 

How to organise your phone to make it less stressful

Research suggests people look at their phones up to 150 times per day. But, despite spending so much time with our phones, we rarely stop and think: what could I change to make this all a bit less stressful? Well a few simple tweaks can make them more life-friendly.

Find some helpful tips here.


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