By R "Ray" Wang on March 6, 2013
Greater Adoption In Social Business Signifies A Move To Consolidate Platforms Constellation’s buy-side clients tend to fit in the market leader or fast follower categories when it comes to organizational personas of disruptive technology adoption. Since 2010, respondents have progressed through the DEEPR framework and the latest results from 2012 indicate that most survey respondents […]
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By Michael Coté on March 12, 2011
Overview of a cloud panel at SXSW I’m moderating.
By Michael Coté on August 19, 2010
Help us get a panel accepted at SXSWi 2011.
By Zoli Erdos on March 17, 2010
This is what remote controlled toy cars looked like when I was a kid. Yes, the control box was connected to the car with a 3-4feet cable… not exactly the level of freedom you get with today’s wireless models. But it was fun, nevertheless. I wonder if 20-year-old Omar Ramos-Lopez had a toy car when […]
By Zoli Erdos on March 16, 2010
How do I know, when I’m not even there? By reading what others say. For starters, here’s Jolie O’Dell who attends this year’s conference: Too many people, not enough tech. …non-technical people aren’t here to learn; they’re here for self-congratulation and mutual masturbation. People I’ve never heard of are referring to themselves as Twitter celebrities […]
By Michael Coté on March 8, 2010
Brandon and I sit down at The Dog and Duck Pub to test out TabbedOut while we discuss the past week’s news about the Austin tech scene – Facebook may be opening offices in Austin, places to eat and drink during SXSE, and a few other items.