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By Brian Sommer on October 14, 2010
Halloween is just around the corner and there’s some scary technology out there. In this first of three posts, see how insidious some of this activity really is………
By Phil Fersht on October 14, 2010
In Part II, Ritesh explains the changes in the BPO industry from his perspective – especially the inherent need for providers to align their BPO service offerings with an industry-verticalized approach.
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By Tom Foydel on October 14, 2010
Beginner’s luck. That’s the normal, time honored name for the phenomenon that I have now renamed ‘accidental agility’. You have experienced this in your own life, I’m sure. You try something brand new for the first time and you do not just do it well, but phenomenally well. Your friends are shocked. “Where did you […]
By Ross Mayfield on October 14, 2010
Om has a great post on Silicon Valley and the Talent Crunch. With angel funding booming and companies like Facebook, Twitter, Zynga growing like bad good talent and real estate are growing scarce again in the Valley. Yes, we cycle through boom and bust — but what I don’t understand is why we don’t learn […]
By Michael Krigsman on October 14, 2010
This five-point advisory list offers a great start to organizations that want to improve IT project success rates.
By James Governor on October 14, 2010
Gartner certainly fosters chatter in the “independent” analyst community. How could we not talk about the 900 lb Gorilla? Ever since the Altimeter Group got a gravitational slingshot from Forrester one of the topics under discussion is the Star Analyst firm, and whether a big firm can be one. Can larger firms celebrate their analysts […]
By John Taschek on October 14, 2010
Back in 1989 give or take a year or so, there were two competing DOS-based graphical operating systems and neither one of them was Windows. They were WIMPs, which was the common name for what was eventually called a GUI and is now not called anything by anyone except an…