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By Zoli Erdos on February 23, 2010
Nothing to read here. It’s a cartoon.. please click to see it:-)
By Sandy Kemsley on February 23, 2010
I missed the first morning of the IQPC Lean Six Sigma & Process Improvement conference in Toronto today, but with my usual impeccable timing, showed up just in time for lunch (where we had to explain the rules of curling to the American attendees). The first session this afternoon is with David Brown, a black […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on February 23, 2010
As organizations take a close hard look at cloud computing and how it can help them with their businesses, some are coming away unimpressed by the maturity or with concerns about risk, control, and privacy. Yet others are beginning to…
Posted in Trends & Concepts | Tagged Business Models, Cloud Computing, Crowdsourcing, databases, digital business models, Enterprise architecture, Enterprise Computing, Industry Trends, innovation, mashups, Open APIs, Open Business Models, Open Data, open supply chains, SOA, strategy
Should FaceBook’s investors be worried that the site is sourcing energy for its new data center from coal?
By Tom Raftery on February 23, 2010
Should FaceBook’s investors be worried that the site is sourcing energy for its new data center from primarily coal-fired power? FaceBook is fourth largest web property (by unique visitor count) and well on its way to becoming third. It is valued in excess of $10 billion and its investors include Russian investment company DST, Accel […]
Posted in Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged Accel Partners, arsenic, bp, climate change, co2, coal, data center, Electricity generation, Facebook, Fossil fuel power plant, Greenhouse gas, Greylock Partners, investor, investor revolt, mercury, PacifiCorp, pollution, radiation, Risk, selenium, shell
By Jason Busch on February 23, 2010
I thought I’d start a regular Tuesday column on a subject that is near and dear to my P&L: travel. When I looked closely at my costs over the past few years, I realized that our firm’s travel-related expenses comprised a material percentage of our co…