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By Craig Cmehil on January 25, 2010
The last time I wrote a blog post like this was way back on July 20, 2005, (blog link) which went as follows… So by now I’m sure a few have either heard or read Mark’s little weblog by now and for all of you that replied I just want to say THANK YOU your well wishes have […]
By Vinnie Mirchandani on January 25, 2010
As I finish up on book on innovation, one of the most intriguing chapters I wrote was about the growing ethical issues being spawned by innovation and technology. Food/biofuel tradeoffs, God powers with nanotechnology and genome technologies, the thin line between real and virtual worlds and on and on. Complex issues, few simple answers. Yet, […]
By Michael Coté on January 25, 2010
Maturing cloud, partnership musical chairs, SaaS bellwethers.
By Zoli Erdos on January 25, 2010
My 4-year old how-to guide, Picasa Photo Sync on Multiple Computers has attracted tens of thousands of viewers, and is still quite popular. In fact too popular, thanks to Google. I can’t believe people actually read it today and try to follow the advice therein… it’s and OLD post with outdated information. I’ve long struggled […]
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By Paul Greenberg on January 25, 2010
(Brent Leary, who is both a Social CRM guru and a great friend has graciously done a post on the companies to watch for 2010 when it comes to the small and medium business space. He was clearly trying to outdo me because his post is so big that it has to be split into […]
By Charlie Wood on January 25, 2010
My new micro theory class uses a different textbook than does the one I just dropped. I was about to head over to Amazon to order the new one when I saw this notice on the course’s Blackboard page: Ebook program This class participates in a pilot scheme, sponsored by the publisher Wiley, for free […]
By Zoli Erdos on January 25, 2010
Legend says Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer got really angry last year at an internal Microsoft event, when he saw an employee taking his pic with an iPhone- he grabbed it, pretended to stomp it and made fun of the employee (is he still an employee?) .
Well apparently he is more tolerant with outsiders, in fact may even have developed a sense of humor… watch this video showing Steve Ballmer as he signs a student’s Macbook.
By Jason Busch on January 25, 2010
A recent post over on E-
Sourcing Forum got me thinking that far too few procurement
organizations are willing to insert themselves aggressively into the process of sourcing employee benefits. They would rather leave benefits sourcing to HR, and…
By R "Ray" Wang on January 25, 2010
Gains In SaaS Adoption Driven By Speed And Cost Savings
Preliminary data from Q4 earnings data show continued traction among SaaS solutions. Expect SaaS deployments to gain steam in 2010 as organizations finalize their SaaS apps strategies to take advantage of 7 key benefits:
Richer user experience – SaaS apps bring Web 2.0 usability to the enterprise [...]
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