The MIT Center for Digital Business was created in partnership with industry to better understand the opportunities for radical change created by the internet and related technologies. Its aim is to provide thought leadership and implement tools and frameworks for analyzing internet-enabled technology, management, and business strategy through one-to-one relationships with corporate partners. Based at the MIT Sloan School of Management, the center also draws on other MIT resources, including the World Wide Web Consortium, the Center for Information Systems Research, the Center for Collective Intelligence, the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and the Media Lab. To date the center has funded more than 70 research projects with more than $30 million in corporate support.
The center's research is organized into four special interest groups: productivity, marketing, services, and the cloud. Sponsors of the center participate closely in a focused research project as well as the annual conference, topical research workshops, and biweekly webinar lunches.
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