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By Michael Coté on March 30, 2010
Is it time to stop worrying about software being “late”? Cloud-inspired software delivery muddles the idea of a fixed release date, making the concept of late software difficult to pin down.
By Jeff Nolan on March 30, 2010
James wrote something yesterday that included this graphic: What caught my attention, as was the intention of the graphic, was the Android traffic number climbing from effectively zero to more than 40% in just a year and a couple of months. Obviously this was the intention of the graphic (note the green color of the […]
By Sandy Kemsley on March 30, 2010
Last night was DemoCamp 26: a forum for people to show off whatever they have to demo. It’s a good way to network with the tech community in Toronto, and see emerging new applications often before they even launch. We started with a keynote from April Dunford on lean marketing, a topic that many of […]
By Bob Warfield on March 30, 2010
I have had the unpleasant experience of being involved with or hearing quite a bit of the blow-by-blow associated with the replacement of a CEO at one company or another. While I have not experienced the ultimate displeasure of being replaced myself (despite “ousted” rumors to the contrary!), I can tell you that it is a […]
By Jason Busch on March 30, 2010
It makes my Spend Management blood boil to read this article in the Washington Times about how some Federal employees have taken it upon themselves to define their own travel policies and stick tax payers with the bill. If true, some of the suggestions in here feel downright criminal. To frame the context of the […]
By Zoli Erdos on March 30, 2010
It used to be Yahoo, MSN or AOL chat. Then Skype took over – it is my default IM system now, despite it’s obvious flaws. But nowadays the fastest way to reach most of my contacts is DM on Twitter. That is if I can remember their Twitter account names. While @firstnamelastname has become a […]
By Paul Greenberg on March 30, 2010
Bob Thompson raised a very important question in Jeremiah Owyang’s Social CRM Pioneer group (public), which I suggest anyone who reads this post, should join. “Can You ‘Do’ Social CRM without Social Media/Networks?” It is a serious addition to the continued discussion that is going on enmasse throughout the social sphere about what Social CRM […]