Robin Lipscomb is the EMEIA Head of Portfolio Strategy at Fujitsu’s operating within our Digital Technology Services division. Robin has overall responsibility for the end to strategic direction and vision of the groups Offerings and capabilities and therefore a vested interest in their successful adoption across all market segments throughout Europe. A seasoned professional with over 30 years in the industry, he has a deep rooted passion for inspiring and developing others with his technological thought leadership and personable style. His sole charter and vision at Fujitsu is to create a compelling portfolio of cognitive, contextual and personalized transformational Services which directly correlate to business challenges as he sets about to deliver business value based outcomes for all of our customers.
Retail is a unique sector, in that most of us can claim to be experts in it.
This is to say that most people - the vast majority – are shoppers themselves.
But even the most dedicated shopper of today would be unable to predict the way the industry will shift... Read more
From major shifts in workforce demographics to organizational restructuring and new technologies, the utilities industry is undergoing intense and serious change.
We examined these factors and others in a recent webinar, ‘Are you reinventing your organization to adapt to the speed of the market?’, which I co-hosted with PAC Principal... Read more
Joining forces to develop new agile working solutions that can deliver a competitive edge
In recent times in the IT industry, I’ve been left feeling more and more like I’ve just awoken from a rather deep slumber. Not so much comatose but perhaps a little disappointed or even disillusioned if I’m... Read more
At Fujitsu Forum 2017 I joined Citrix’s Christian Reilly, VMWare’s Shawn Bass, Microsoft’s Anna Kopp and Google’s Harald Fratz onstage to discuss the future workplace.
The session was a chance for us to answer questions about various issues concerning Workplace 2025 – the subject of our latest white paper.
In terms... Read more
Somewhat disappointedly, we now live in a confused, uncertain and chaotic time where for the most part we appear to be almost de-humanising ourselves ahead of what seems to be substantive global change.
The economy, the threat to our liberties and the increasing reliance on working in an isolated yet... Read more
When you consider how quickly technology has changed the way we work today – the smartphone in your pocket packs more computing power than the computers used to put men on the moon in the ‘60s – it bears thinking about what could be around the corner. Not least... Read more
For a disruptive technologist like me to write about the part played by technology in sociological change is going to be somewhat challenging. I say this from the edge of a tipping point as we stand on the precipice of the next industrial revolution – but who knows, looking... Read more
Ever since the dawn of time we as human beings have always strived and wanted to achieve more. Throughout our relatively short inhabitation on the planet, we have been rather clumsily attempting to evolve our primitive minds presumably for a greater good by learning from our initial binary mistakes.... Read more
A cacophony of data, a wall of zeros and ones, if you will. We’re in the midst of a digital revolution where the terabytes of non-persistent data libraries that are regularly produced by enterprises, sensors, engines, utility companies, mobile phones, PCs and tablets (you get my drift) are meeting... Read more
The hyper-connected world that we now inhabit continues to alter the way we live, work and play. The perception of what a workplace (and workforce) really is and, most importantly, could be in the future is consistently being broken down and re-imagined. So when Microsoft launched its latest OS... Read more