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2013 Healthcare Breach Report

by Jack Santos  |  April 14, 2014

If you have followed my blog, you know that I annually review the US HHS breach report, just to see what kind of year we had in healthcare security.  Well, enough...

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'Her' - A Tech Movie Review

by Craig Roth  |  January 6, 2014

You won't find many movie reviews on the Gartner Blog Network. Our Tomatometer is reserved for technology practices and products. But every now and then a movie comes along that...

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Breaking News: Office Distractions Cause Lost Productivity

by Craig Roth  |  September 11, 2013

In the September 10th, 2013 WSJ article "The Biggest Office Interruptions Are..not what most people think.", Sue Shellenbarger makes two points: offices have lots of interruptions, and these interruptions result...

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The Travesty of Security Questions: +1

by Craig Roth  |  May 20, 2013

Jack, I think you’re on to something with your post on The Travesty of Security Questions.  In addition to yours, I have my own issues with security questions.  Life is...

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Gartner builds on consumerization strategy

by Mark Mcdonald  |  April 1, 2013

London, UK, April 1st, 2013 – Unilever (UNA) maker of the Nexxus line of hair care products announced its agreement with Gartner (IT) to sell the Connecticut based company its...

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Which Email Personality Type Are You? Ten Approaches to Email Overload

by Craig Roth  |  February 6, 2013

Do you feel like you need to empty your inbox every day?  Or do you keep a decade’s worth of emails in there and just search when needed?  Maybe you...

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SharePoint Conference 2012: The Time Machine Question

by Craig Roth  |  November 14, 2012

Someone did it: they asked the Time Machine question during Q&A.  I love it!  The question is an unanswerable one for vendors and goes something like this: “You’re telling us...

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How Thin Can the iPhone Get? iPhone 5 Now 18% Closer to Being Banned from Planes as a Weapon

by Craig Roth  |  September 12, 2012

In my June posting on thin style over ergonomics (Breaking News: iPhone 22 to Double as Razor) I extrapolated that the iPhone would be as thin as a Schick razor...

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The Era of Place and Presence

by Jack Santos  |  August 24, 2012

Just got back from Gartner Catalyst late last night.  Awesome conference – thanks to all that reached out and introduced themselves, stayed attentive during my presentations, asked questions, interacted in...

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The Olympics and IT transformation projects

by Mark Mcdonald  |  August 10, 2012

A cycle of investment, training and hard work completes every four years as the world comes together at the Olympic games.  It is just about the same amount of time...

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