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By Charlie Wood on January 11, 2011
Often what looks like overnight success is actually the result of years of hard, grinding work. Look around today and you might think that cloud computing in the enterprise is some new thing that’s happened overnight. Giants like SAP have…
By Josh Greenbaum on January 11, 2011
Image by Microsoft PDC via Flickr There’s lots of speculation floating around about why Bob Muglia, head of Microsoft’s Server and Tools Business, is leaving this summer. I agree with my colleague Mary Jo Foley that is wasn’t because Muglia wasn’t all-in on software&services, he seemed to actually get it. But I do think there [...]
By Naomi Bloom on January 11, 2011
In November, I posted the first installment of this series on planned changes in the mix and style of B&W consulting engagements/projects for 2011. In December, I posted about the work I’ll be doing in 2011 with Mercer’s Human Capital Operations And Technology Solutions practice with a particular focus on their Human Capital Connect solution powered by [...]
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By Michael Krigsman on January 11, 2011
The best consultants, who genuinely do the right thing for clients, are worth their weight in gold.
By Chris Selland on January 11, 2011
Klout’s announcement of an $8.5M round is a clear sign that social ‘scoring’ – and the development and utilization of effective and accurate ‘influence’ metrics in order to more effectively support and service customers – is an idea whose time has come.