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By Michael Krigsman on February 15, 2011
This blog assumes that organizational, collaboration, and communication issues are a key driver of success and failure on technology projects. Here are tips to help achieve success.
By Bob Warfield on February 15, 2011
Sam Diaz has gotten clarification on the future of Windows in the light of their Web OS announcements. It should come as no surprise that Windows isn’t going anywhere, and certainly won’t be replaced by Web OS any time soon. Instead, HP is saying: HP will integrate the WebOS experience into Windows, but not through […]
By Chris Selland on February 15, 2011
Apologies for the post-Grammys inspiration, but if you make your living – directly or indirectly – by writing, you need to read this New York Times piece, and Barry Ritholtz’s followup – right now. At Media Companies, a Nation of Serfs (New York Times) The Dangle: Illusory Promises of Content Farms (The Big Picture) As […]
By Thomas Otter on February 15, 2011
(Cross posted on my Gartner blog). Atlassian is an Australian software vendor, active in the social software and developer tools space. I’ll leave the product evaluations to folks like Nikos Drakos, Tom Austin and Jeff Mann but I would like to call them out for something else. I have been watching the company from afar […]
By Jason Busch on February 15, 2011
Even after all these years of the global sourcing evolution and rising China prices, I still can’t believe what I read from some consultants when it comes to on-the-ground savings numbers in the manufacturing area. Take a recent p…
By Phil Wainewright on February 15, 2011
Despite the growing use of social media within enterprises for collaboration and externally as a customer service and marketing tool there have been few examples of its use to speed up response times and efficiency among IT service…
By Vinnie Mirchandani on February 15, 2011
Rawn Shah just started reading my book and came across a section I title “empty calories in infotech”. One of my roughly 20 examples of low-payback spend is IT consultant travel. Rawn works for IBM’s software group, but has plenty of colleagues on the services side (IBM, after all is the largest outsourcer in the […]