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Collaborative Economy – Customer Appreciation Day

Collaborative Economy – Customer Appreciation Day

Part 2 – Collaborative Economy – Customer Appreciation Day This is part 2 of a 2-part post on disruptive technologies and the collaborative economy. Click To Read Part 1 Customer Appreciation Day Customer Appreciation Day. Signs bearing this message have appeared regularly in store windows and print ads throughout the decades past – a well-intentioned

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Collaborative Economy – The Death Of “Death By Meeting”

Collaborative Economy – The Death Of “Death By Meeting”

This is part 1 of a 2-part post on disruptive technologies and the collaborative economy. For decades now, busy working people have struggled with time and tasks in the workplace. Meetings have been especially difficult, in that for all their great intentions, they are still identified as one of the greatest time wasters of all (followed closely

Evolution Of The IT Department In The Age Of The Cloud

Evolution Of The IT Department In The Age Of The Cloud

Evolution of the IT Department in the Age of the Cloud There’s no question that the cloud presents a disruptive technology that inevitably leads to rethinking – and often restructuring – the objectives of internal IT departments. An internal IT department – once considered critical to the success of the business enterprise – has, in

What Terms Me On, Cloud Computing Lingo?

What Terms Me On, Cloud Computing Lingo? Cloud computing is all the rage, but knowing what you’re talking about and knowing what you’re talking about are too different things. Here is a quick list of common Cloud computing terms. Advertising-based pricing model Low cost or no cost services. The costs are covered through ads that

Can IEEE Help With Lack of Cloud Computing Standards?

Can IEEE Help With Lack of Cloud Computing Standards? “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” – Lord Kelvin (1824-1907), British physicist and engineer. I had written earlier on the lack of codified standards in cloud computing to provide benchmarks for service. (See: Cloud Computing Standards: How Important Are They?). I had also