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A rant about corporate mission statements

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There are precious few things in my career that I have learned to avoid more than mission statement meetings.  It always shocked me that people actually volunteered for them. It seemed to me that it was the equivalent of prisoners volunteering to do community clean-up patrols to get outside the walls of the prison for […]

When your personal digital assistant is a spy

It won’t be long before many or even most of our daily activities in and out of work will be conducted with the help of personal digital assistants (PDAs) such as Alexa, Cortana, Google or Siri. From checking daily appointments to sending messages to capturing personal and professional epiphanies, these PDAs promise to be the […]

Google Glass is back, and you might not even hate it this time around

Have the summer tech news doldrums hit early this year? How else to explain the excitement surrounding the reboot of Google Glass. You remember Google Glass, the laughingstock of 2013? Well, according to many headlines, Google Glass redux already is a success: Google Glass Gets It Right the Second Time Google Glass 2.0 Is a […]

DXC and Microsoft: The power of partnership

DXC Technology’s Chris Knepper speaks at Microsoft Inspire. DXC Technology was recently named Microsoft’s Productivity Partner of the Year at Microsoft Inspire, Microsoft’s annual partner conference. We are thrilled to have earned this distinction, as it shows our joint commitment and capabilities to bring digital transformation to enterprises. DXC’s MyWorkStyle, an integrated solution built on […]

Technology companies do want you!

For this post, I am sharing my space with Courtney Carr, a member of our new graduate program in Perth, Australia. Working with Courtney this year has given us confidence and courage to trust wholeheartedly in our next generation at DXC Technology.  This is part 2 in a 3-part series. As mentioned in my last […]

Moving beyond risk management to antifragility

Change

The amount of change in the world is exciting, but the combination of the level of innovation being generated by technology and the fierce competition of global markets means that we are seeing — and will inevitably continue to see — slip-ups. As IT professionals, what is our defense against slip-ups? We often try to […]

DXC and ServiceNow partnership: A win-win-win

Partnership

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” That famous quote from Helen Keller has been running through my mind lately as I’ve reflected on the partnership between DXC Technology and ServiceNow. What started as a regional relationship between Fruition Partners (now a DXC company) and ServiceNow, the leading platform for […]

Underexplored space – The journey to digital real estate (part 2)

Home

This is part 2 of a 2-part series on the digitalization of real estate. Read part 1. In buildings, the cost-efficient documentation of floor spaces with digital indoor technology creates both a “point cloud” by scanning the building with laser technology, and 360-degree pictures by capturing the building with digital high-definition photo cameras. This raw […]

DXC Technology named Microsoft’s Productivity Partner of the Year

DXC Technology was named Microsoft’s Productivity Partner of the Year at Microsoft Inspire, an annual gathering of global Microsoft partners that work together to help customers thrive on change and navigate through digital transformations. This distinction reflects decades of success and collaboration with Microsoft. DXC has worked in partnership with Microsoft for nearly 30 years, from […]

A passion for obsession

Passion

Everyone admires someone with tremendous passions, but if you have tremendous obsessions for the same things, you’re considered “scary.” It’s like the difference between a renaissance man and a madman. I understand this. I’ve accumulated many passions over the years, ranging from food and wine, fly-tying and snowboard instruction to cross cultural communications. I can […]