Navigating seasons of change

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In life we have many metaphors to describe the rising and falling of the tumultuous experiences we encounter, and consequently, learn and grow from. We know that life is a journey, we should enjoy detours, and we should take the scenic route every once in a while. We know there are things we can’t control, […]

¿Sobrevivirán los CIOs a la evolución de las TI?

Hace unos días, compartí un artículo interesante en LinkedIn que aseguraba que los responsables de marketing tendrán en breve mayor participación en el presupuesto de TI que los CIOs. Y me sorprendió la discusión que provocó. Los comentarios iban desde citar el famoso artículo de Nick Carr, de hace una década, “Las TI no importan” […]

Les DSI survivront-ils à l’évolution de la technologie ?

La semaine dernière j’ai posté sur Linkedin un article qui expliquait comment les directeurs du marketing seront prochainement amenés à  contrôler une plus grande partie du budget informatique que les propres DSI. Les débats qui en ont découlé m’ont pour le moins surpris. Les commentaires, assez variés, citent le célèbre article de Nick Carr intitulé […]

2017: Moving beyond the ‘post-truth’ phenomenon

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The Oxford Dictionary named “Post-Truth” the word of the year for 2016. It was a year when political rhetoric based on emotions rather than facts tapped into the social psyche across much of the Western world, a trend that drove significant decisions that surprised many. Whilst pundits will continue to examine and explain this phenomenon, as will […]

One key step to protecting at-risk enterprise applications

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Cybercrime is growing, and the perpetrators are becoming more sophisticated. Worse, they’re getting really good at networking – sharing techniques, code and successes that can multiply the effects of an attack exponentially. Just last month, the huge Mirai attack launched a bot army of IoT devices on critical Internet infrastructure that supports big-name websites such […]

IT strategy on a page?

I saw a recent post on our internal collaboration tool about doing an IT Strategy on a page and it got me thinking – as these things do… Is it getting it on a single page that is considered good, or simply that there is an IT Strategy that can be written down? The one […]

How interns can start networking

When you’re young, you’re told by your parents, friends and strangers never to talk to strangers. Once you get into the business world however, that sentiment changes. Networking – like Outlook and coffee breaks – is a mandatory part of doing business today. It’s the best way to connect with others and develop relationships, both […]

Google’s future in the enterprise is cloudy

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Google had a clear message for developers attending its annual I/O conference last week: We are committed to the enterprise. How much that commitment translates into success is another story, and so far the search giant has failed to establish a firm foothold in the enterprise. As Forrester Research VP and principal analyst Jeffrey Hammond […]

Winning through diversity

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Whether it’s within an ecosystem, a social system or an organization, the idea that diversity matters is a given, but there is now compelling evidence that diversity makes sound financial sense. A recent study by McKinsey’s revealed that companies in the top quartile for racial and ethnic diversity are 35 percent more likely to have […]

Tweet this! Social media and the future of media

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How did you get your news this morning? Chances are you skipped the morning broadcast by your local TV station, passed the newsstand without picking up a daily paper and tuned out the radio news on your commute to the office. Then, instead of tapping into those traditional news sources, you scrolled through your Twitter […]