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By Brian Sommer on December 22, 2010
Lots of cool things at an intimate HR show in Las Vegas. Katherine Jones posts a recap of the event and her observations of some of the HR vendors there.
By Michael Fauscette on December 22, 2010
I’ve written about innovation a few times and I admit it’s a subject that intrigues me and that I think about quite a bit. We’re in an industry that is driven by innovation, although I suppose that’s true of most industries, I’m just more familiar with tech. Anyway, there are a bunch of dimensions that [...]
By Bob Warfield on December 22, 2010
I correspond with quite a lot with friends in the Manufacturing world, as one of my big interests aside from software is building things. Come to think of it, that’s really my interest in software too! For a long time there has been a great hue and cry about the demise of Manufacturing in the [...]
By Phil Wainewright on December 22, 2010
This blog’s overriding interest is in the use of Web technologies to connect people in business. As we start to wrap up another year, I’d like to draw your attention to a couple of useful resources that show how connected…
By Denis Pombriant on December 22, 2010
“Call rewrite!” That’s what they said in the olden days on movie sets when the script needed doctoring. It’s also what the technology industry metaphorically does about every ten years. We rewrite much of what we’ve been relying on for information processing because the accumulation of new technologies over the previous decade has made our [...]
By Naomi Bloom on December 22, 2010
Modeling My Grievances! I was much inspired by Thomas Wailgum’s post today about how various ”tech vendors, CIOs, analysts and other assorted IT types” had let him down in 2010. It’s a great catalogue of bad behavior by people and companies who should know better, and I enjoyed it so much that I read it twice before [...]