Category Archives: Social Computing

Enterprise Social — Salesforce.com Gets Chatty

Last week, I had a chance to visit Salesforce.com’s Cloudforce in New York.  It was an impressive; Salesforce.com is pushing current thinking re: Enterprise Social Computing and is quite vocal at evangelizing their point-of-view, including YouTube postings from event with … Continue reading

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Changing Environment for Legal Services And The Role For Technology

It is timely to follow up from a few friendly conversations with lawyers and share a few ideas as to how technology may impact the legal industry.  Initially, lawyers have shared genuine curiosity about hot topics such as Cloud computing … Continue reading

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The SmartPhone Wars — Why Windows Phone Deserves More Love

Earlier this month, Apple announced iPhone4GS; remarkeably, over 4 million units were sold in the first week.  Consumers seemed to overlook that that the much awaited iPhone 5 release was effectively pushed well into 2012, having to settle for the … Continue reading

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Consumerization of Information Technology — the Latest Wave To Manage

Consumerization of IT 0911<<excerpts from a recent presentation attached for reference>> I am not exactly sure what the word consumerization means.  The word does not exist in either Merriam Webster, Oxford, or Cambridge dictionaries.  Yet, whenever we hear the phrase … Continue reading

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Reinventing Professional Services

Ari Kaplan has done it again, publishing his second book — Reinventing Professional Services:  Building Your Business in the Digital Marketplace  http://www.reinventingprofessionals.com/  The describes how technology is driving Professional Service firms to adapt their business model to grow and prosper … Continue reading

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Welcome

Welcome!  This is my introductory communication; thre are more to follow… This blog will discuss some of the key trends in technology —  providing examples, making technology simpler to understand and providing context for you and your business.  The goal … Continue reading

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