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Loss of Safe Harbor creates regulatory fragmentation but EU-US data transfers continue

by Earl Perkins  |  October 6, 2015

I would like to introduce you to my colleague and friend Carsten Casper, who has been following today's announcement from the European Union Commission regarding Safe Harbor. He believed this...

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Amazing IT Plus Low Employee Engagement Equals Failure

by Michael Maoz  |  October 5, 2015

What do you think about when you here the company names Starbucks and Walt Disney and Apple, Unilever, Salesforce, GE and Southwest Airlines? All of these companies are successful first...

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Are your kids ready for the SaaS puppy?

by Jay Heiser  |  June 4, 2015

Letting the line of business get a SaaS application is like giving your kids a puppy for Christmas. Hopefully, the new pet will provide a maturing experience, in which your youngsters learn...

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How many cloud types do you know?

by Michael Maoz  |  April 30, 2015

All that it takes is one major rumor about a software company takeover to drive folks into a frenzy. But really: NOW they get excited? Relax - there are only a...

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Big Data as Profit before People. Find a Kahuna nui.

by Michael Maoz  |  April 15, 2015

It is the end of the Magic Quadrant period for the Customer Engagement Center (AKA, Customer Service Contact Center) 2015, and in two weeks time the 2015-2016 update should be...

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Save us from the experts.

by Michael Maoz  |  April 2, 2015

There is an oft-used quote from Grace Hopper, or better addressed as Rear Admiral (Amazing) Grace Hopper, USN, Ph.D., that goes, "One accurate measurement is worth more than 1,000 experts."...

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Some Perspective on the Explosion of VMs in the Cloud

by Thomas Bittman  |  March 5, 2015

Virtualization was dominated by on-premises enterprise virtualization, and on-premises private clouds were the primary sourcing model for VMs offered as a service - for a few years. Certainly not true...

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Digital Humanism and the Necker Cube.

by Michael Maoz  |  March 4, 2015

Everyone who has had a bad fever, sat at a Department of Motor Vehicles, dropped acid, or owned a pet knows that ‘reality’ is a very relative and porous term....

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CIOs can be supply specialists or maestros of innovation. Who are you?

by Michael Maoz  |  January 8, 2015

In the military, one of the more interesting jobs is the supply specialist who keeps the armory and warehouses stocked. These wonderful folks, usually infectiously enthusiastic and salty of tongue, are...

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