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Dear Cities in 2015

by Bettina Tratz  |  October 6, 2015

Dear Cities in 2015, A city in 2050 is built on the principles of a knowledge society that drives citizen and government entrepreneurship and interactive community engagements. At the center...

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It’s time to take Digital to the Core

by Graham Waller  |  October 4, 2015

In March 2013 I met with Mark Raskino during at a break at Gartner’s CIO Forum in California to muse a new book concept. The idea was to combine and...

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Sometimes More is Just More, Not Better

by Kirsten Newbold  |  October 2, 2015

Buy now. Buy now. Buy now. An agency that I was talking to recently had to talk their client off a ledge. A ledge of adding buy now buttons to...

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The Programmable Business Model

by Kristin Moyer  |  October 2, 2015

One, static business model can no longer retain market leadership for long. Most enterprises have one (or a small number of) relatively static business model that is/are internally created and...

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Have you Assessed the Health of your Supply Chain?

by Jane Barrett  |  October 1, 2015

We recently published the 2015 update to our DDVN (Demand Driven Value Network) five-stage maturity model and self-assessment toolkit. This model was first introduced in 2004 and every few year’s needs...

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Build a Bimodal Supply Chain and Take Charge of your Digital Future!

by Jane Barrett  |  October 1, 2015

Last week over 500 European Supply Chain executives joined us for the 6th annual Gartner European Supply Chain conference in London. Each year the event has grown significantly not only...

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A Tactical Netsec Threat Intelligence Exercise

by Matthew Wollenweber  |  October 1, 2015

Threat intelligence is a hot topic in infosec, but what "threat intel" means is variable and its appropriateness for any given organization is unclear. Anton argues "threat intel doesn't help...

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How Will Machines Interact With Each Other? Like Humans Do!

by Bruce Robertson  |  October 1, 2015

Gartner has just published research I collaborated on with my colleagues Magnus (@MagnusRevang) and Eric (@ErichKnipp): Maverick Research: Machines Will Talk to Each Other in English (G00291027).  Clients can read it...

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EMV rolls out with lots of tension between retailers and card issuers

by Avivah Litan  |  September 30, 2015

Tomorrow marks the first day liability on card-present transactions will shift to retailers by default if they don’t accept a chip card that is presented to them at the point...

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