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Big Data Rocks CES And We Didn’t Even Know It!

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Up and down the halls of CES, new and exciting items comprising “The Internet of Things” surround us. Tech geeks everywhere can rejoice as the next wave of tech we need, want and have no use for is brought to Las Vegas for human consumption. If there were one overarching theme for the show it would be that just about …

The Mobile Millennial Shifting Corporate Culture

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For today’s knowledge worker, the ultimate technology euphoria is complete mobility and ubiquitous data access. Since we live in a knowledge economy, great work can happen anywhere. Mobility enables this. Place our teams around the world, give us access to cloud collaboration tools and we will asynchronously move business forward; meeting when we have to, but collaborating at all times. …

BYOD: The Good, The Bad And So Much More

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When it comes to the next wave of Unified Communication platforms, to bring, or not to bring…that has become the question. To bring what you ask? To bring your own device, that is. Businesses and technology buyers everywhere are asking themselves this right now. With pressure mounting as CEOs and front line sales alike are looking to use their favorite …

Social, Cloud, The Beatles and the Millennial CEO

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It’s like the Beatles arriving in America all over again. A culture shift is upon us. The winds are changing, the boomers are aging, and the reigns of start-ups, small businesses and enterprises are slowly but surely being turned over to the Millennials. Much like when John, Paul, George and Ringo touched down in New York in 1964, there was some resistance at first, but …

5 Business Benefits of Telecommuting

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  When Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer banned telecommuting for her employees back in March, the decision stirred a vigorous debate throughout the InterWebs about the validity of businesses everywhere letting their employees work from home. The way I see it, telecommuting can boost the personal and professional productivity for any organization’s employees, not to mention that the more widely it …

8 Technologies That Comprise Unified Communications

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The ability for businesses to communicate more efficiently on virtually any device is the catalyst for faster more connected organizations. Today I wanted to share this post with this great community of business leaders and aspiring leaders to help you all better understand the future of business communication. And in case you are wondering, when I say the future, I …

7 Cloud Capabilities Clouding Executive Views

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The cloud is all the rage. From Apple’s iCloud to Netflix to Dropbox to Google Apps, we are surrounded by cloud talk. Business use is driving consumer use. Meanwhile, consumer use is creating a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) landscape, and companies are feeling the pressure to embrace the cloud. However, business executives are at best cloudy about the value …

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Skype: Not a Replacement for Telepresence

In Technology by Daniel Newman5 Comments

In the position I am in, I see new technology come every day. With the arrival of new technology, often older products see the end of their life cycle, and eventually they  go extinct. The buzz word for this in the high tech world is “Disruptive” technology: The idea that new better, faster, and/or cheaper technology will quickly erode demand …