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By Charlie Wood on June 14, 2010
Chris Dixon has written a great post about pivoting: Ask yourself: if you started over today, would you build the same product? If not, consider significant changes to what you are building. The popular word for this today is “pivoting”…
By Jeff Nolan on June 14, 2010
Last week I caught up with the folks at CrowdCast, a provider of Q&A marketplaces for enterprises. CrowdCast secured a $6m follow financing round led by Menlo Ventures in addition to a $3m series A round this time last year. CrowdCast is interesting for me because it intersects a number of topics I have covered […]
By Michael Coté on June 14, 2010
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Posted in Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged ads, better junk mail, Collaborative, CRM, e2conf, enterprise software, marketing, Quick Analysis, Social CRM, The New Thing, you're just data | 1 Response
By Zoli Erdos on June 14, 2010
The HTC EVO is the hottest Android phone for now, but it is plagued by the much debated battery issue. Clearly, it’s a monster of a workhorse, and battery life will depend on one’s usage patterns: you can’t expect a whole lot if you get background updates from social networks every 5 minutes and watch […]
By Phil Wainewright on June 14, 2010
Listen to my conversation with Ezequiel Steiner, CEO of Acumatica, which provides cloud-based ERP software. In this podcast, find out how traditional solution providers are adapting to working with ERP delivered as-a-service and learn about the different contract options being…
By Sandy Kemsley on June 14, 2010
It’s been quiet on the travel scene since my four-week marathon of conferences in May, and I have just one last one before we hit the summer doldrums: Enterprise 2.0 in Boston this week.
I’m skipping the workshops today and heading down this afternoon – luckily, Toronto-Boston is covered by Porter Airlines, so I can fly […]
By Michael Krigsman on June 14, 2010
Today, thanks to flaws in AT&T’s service, I’m at risk for identity theft along with 114,000 other iPad owners.
By Naomi Bloom on June 14, 2010
Two completely unrelated conversations over the last week caused that ding ding thing in my brain that happens when the dots connect themselves and I have an aha moment. One of those discussions took place on a radio talk show I heard while driving to a meeting. The other was a courtesy call with the HR and IT heads…
Posted in Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged al gore, best practices, Business Outcomes, Divorce, enterprise software, Follow The Yellow Brick Road, HRM Software, Marriage, Ruminations, Strategic HRMDS Planning