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By John Taschek on November 29, 2010
When 95 percent of college students use social media tools, perhaps excessively, it seems almost impossible to isolate a study that tries to answer the question “does social media make you smarter.” This is an awkward and irrelevant question to ask and anyone who has been born since the industrial revolution but before Facebook was […]
By Tom Raftery on November 29, 2010
Photo credit Argonne National Laboratory Supercomputers are particularly fast computers (often made up of thousands of “off the shelf” computers) typically used for highly calculation-intensive tasks such as climate research, molecular modelling, research into nuclear fusion, etc. The Green 500 is a ranking of the most energy efficient supercomputers measured in Floating Point Operations per […]
By Niel Robertson on November 29, 2010
Trada recently celebrated its second birthday. It’s been an amazing ride helping our company grow and learning – in real time – about the product that we’re making. Any good organization these days is a learning organization, and I think in general we have a pretty humble attitude about how far we’ve come. While we […]
By Jason Busch on November 29, 2010
Just as many of us recently got through the potentially challenging spot of taking feedback on how we cooked the turkey from our many guests, gauging, measuring and understanding qualitative supplier performance management feedbac…
By Esteban Kolsky on November 29, 2010
Following the series of asking vendors with Social Business credentials their thoughts on Social Business – NetBase is next. Want to read the previous ones? Oracle, Attensity, Fuze Digital, Moxie Software, SAP, GetSatisfaction, RightNow Technologies, Lithium and bluekiwi are already posted. Where is the Social world going to be in 12 months? 24 months? As I see it, the Social Web has […]
By Michael Krigsman on November 29, 2010
Following a recent panel discussion, that I moderated, on the broad impacts of cloud computing, Salesforce.com executive, John Taschek, conducted a video interview/debate with yours truly.
By Phil Wainewright on November 29, 2010
Listen to the second part of my conversation with Bruce Richardson, chief strategy officer at enterprise application vendor Infor, and former head of research at analyst firm AMR. In part one, we discussed Why Enterprises Move ERP to the Cloud….
The Industry Speaks about Cloud, Part III: business and IT finally agree – IT must tool-up to enable cloud business services
By Phil Fersht on November 29, 2010
Savvy CIOs are developing themselves into Cloud-enablers by honing their sourcing and service integration skills. Our Cloud Business Services study, conducted in conjunction with the Outsourcing Unit at the London School of Economics, contrasts many …
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