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Google Android — In And Out Of Manufacturing With A Stronger Market Position

Last week, Google announced the $2.9BN sale of Motorola Mobility to Lenovo.  At first glance, a $2.9BN sale for a business which cost Google $12.5BN just two years ago looks like a head scratcher at best and unmitigated disaster at … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s New CEO — Looking Ahead Beyond The Great Race

Over the past months, Microsoft has provided quite a bit of transparency into deliberations selecting a new CEO.  While at times this may have provided the rush of anticipation more aligned with reality television, it has led to fewer surprises … Continue reading

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Microsoft Stack Ranking — A Fond Farewell

Earlier this month, Microsoft announced it was doing away with its stack ranking system; this caused quite a flurry of press and all sorts of discussion.  Specific to Microsoft, I never completely understood the outside observer’s fuss and scrutiny applied … Continue reading

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Workday Rising Creates Excitement and Promises for HR Software

After posting feedback from  HRTechnology Trade Show, a few questions popped up re: Workday.  Recently, Workday shared current plans at their recent user conference – Workday Rising.  Apparently over 3,500 attendees showed up to hear what is in the works … 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  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!  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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