Andrea DiMaio

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Tempering the Enthusiasm About a Digital Economy: A Counterpoint

by Andrea Di Maio  |  October 8, 2013  |  4 Comments

The convergence of consumer, enterprise and operational technologies; the pervasiveness of connected devices among people and objects; the confluence of mobile, cloud, social and big data; emerging digital strategies in major corporation and governments. All these signals and trends  justify the strongly held belief that the digital economy era we are entering in will be [...]

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Submit Your Favorite Innovation Example for Gartner Symposium

by Andrea Di Maio  |  December 22, 2008  |  Comments Off

I am preparing a presentation for the Gartner Spring Symposium in Las Vegas about Real Examples of Innovation in Government and I would like to gather input from readers of this blog. To do so, I have arranged a very simple online survey for those who are willing to submit a case: those selected will [...]

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Report from Cannes Symposium: Government Clients Not Too Worried (Yet)

by Andrea Di Maio  |  November 7, 2008  |  Comments Off

I am about to finish my very intense four-day marathon at European Fall Symposium, and by nw I have seen dozens of government clients from several European countries. Very few of these conversations revolved around cost cutting and budget issues, although it was cleat that there is greater uncertainty than in previous years. I found [...]

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