Susan has been a writer, analyst, influencer, and entrepreneur covering the IT Services and social collaboration markets for over 25 years. Named as one of Fast Company’s “Most Influential Women in Technology” in 2010, her insights have been featured in industry research, as well as mainstream media such as The New York Times, BusinessWeek, The Wall Street Journal, and CNBC. Her interests are in disruptive applications of technology and the consumerization of IT. A serial entrepreneur, Susan founded Change Agents Worldwide in 2012, and The 2.0 Adoption Council in 2009.  Her focus in technology is inspiring enterprise early adopters in their efforts to introduce disruptive technologies and new processes to their worldwide organizations.  In the summer of 2014, Susan turned her professional interests and focus toward launching a social impact organization: Big Mountain Data.  You can find Susan on LinkedIn, TwitterG+, and About.Me/SusanScrupski. LinkedIn Twitter

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