Technology / Software
By Vinnie Mirchandani on February 20, 2017
Quincy Larson quotes Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking as he warns There’s a rising chorus of concern about how quickly robots are taking away human jobs. He also cites an Oxford U. study In 2013, policy makers largely ignored two Oxford economists who suggested that 45% of all US jobs could be automated […]
By Louis Columbus on February 20, 2017
The difference between CIOs who lead and those caught in never-ending reactionary cycles is often a strategic IT plan and integration roadmap. It’s the CIOs who take the time to create and pursue an integration roadmap that has the greatest chance of breaking out of always reacting to IT projects and leading them instead. That’s […]
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By Vinnie Mirchandani on February 17, 2017
One of the most toxic contractual terms in SAP world is that of “indirect access” where users exchange information with the SAP software in dialog or prompt mode. The issue is not with licensed users who access the software using its UX, more with those in surround systems that have been custom built or licensed […]
By David Terrar on February 16, 2017
“If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day, so I never have to live without you.” A very sweet thought from Winnie-the-Pooh. Disney by the way, not A.A. Milne. Well it is Valentine’s Day and it’s exactly 10 years to the day since I started […]
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By Michael Krigsman on February 13, 2017
AI has become one of the great, meaningless buzzwords of our time. In this video, the Chief Data Scientist of Dun and Bradstreet explains AI in clear business terms.
By Vinnie Mirchandani on February 13, 2017
Bell Labs thought up the 3 digit US area codes in the 1940s. They have spread around the world in the form of country and city code through ISO and other standards. The codes made long distance calling so much easier but telcos have also used them to terrify us with big bills even eight […]
By Paul Greenberg on February 13, 2017
Marketers face a new challenge: Unifying the data that’s spread among many systems. CDPs have real advantages over alternative methods of assembling customer data. Take a look at what Martech’s #1 influencer and analyst David Raab has to say about it.
Harman, Accenture and Atos are bossing emerging IoT Services, but we need real IoT algorithms and security standards
By Phil Fersht on February 10, 2017
I plugged my iPhone into my new (fuel-emission friendly) VW this week and – for the first time – my car was connected to by digital life. Siri (finally) came alive and started sending my contacts voice to text messages, my favorite Spotify soundtrack was arranging itself in all its glory on my vehicle dashboard, and I didn’t […]
By Michael Krigsman on February 8, 2017
Sensor data reported by HeartWatch made me aware of a potentially dangerous condition of which I was otherwise absolutely unaware. Based on the data, I’m now undergoing various tests and treatment.