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Simplicity Should Break Ties

by Andrew Lerner  |  February 13, 2016

I often talk to clients deciding between different vendor products or architectures. Any network engineer with operational experience knows that there are always multiple ways to solve networking problems. Further,...

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Content Isn't King--Customer Experience Is

by Augie Ray  |  February 13, 2016

Content is not king. It is important--vital, in fact--but it is not king. A new study from TrackMaven demonstrates that while brands continue to pursue greater content production strategies, they...

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It's Time To Retire The Term "User Experience Design"

by Brian Prentice  |  February 11, 2016

We’ve hit the point were the term “User Experience Design” has become counterproductive. It is obfuscating to the world outside the user experience design community that something important and different...

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How socially responsible is your Supply Chain?

by Jane Barrett  |  February 11, 2016

Analyst Pam Fitzpatrick just published a research note on cobalt supply chains – the issues and challenges are similar to conflict minerals. A report by Amnesty International describes unsafe working...

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Remaster Your Leadership with Six Personas Fit for Digital Business

by Graham Waller  |  February 9, 2016

Do you have the skills necessary to thrive as a leader in the digital era? What worked for leaders in a more industrialized economy — a craving for certainty, a...

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Attacks against IoT, Dark Web indexing, and other tales from Ground Zero

by Avivah Litan  |  February 7, 2016

I just returned from a trip to Israel where security innovation and ideas thrive. Here are some of the main takeaways from my trip: a) Attacks against IoT are not...

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The Super Bowl of Ad Measurement

by Andrew Frank  |  February 5, 2016

Everybody’s blogging about Super Bowl 50 and advertising, for good reason: it provides an annual measure of the movement of the tectonic plates of media as the massive continent of...

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Xerox Reaches a Fork in the Road and Goes Both Ways

by Pete Basiliere  |  February 4, 2016

Xerox will split in two by year end. Different companies, different roads, each with its own obstacles. My colleagues Ken Weilerstein, Cathy Tornbohm and Andy Neff published their “First Take”...

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Gartner is hiring again!

by Douglas Toombs  |  February 4, 2016

Just over four years ago, my colleague Lydia Leong posted a blog entry which caught my eye, titled "Five reasons you should work at Gartner with me".  I applied, went...

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