Entries Tagged as 'crossing the chasm'
by Svetlana Sicular | August 28, 2012 | Comments Off
“Imagine a revolution from 80-character punch cards to 140-character tweets,” — this Jack Santos punch line has been tweeted and re-tweeted on Day 1 of the Gartner Catalyst conference (#GartnerCat) last week. Coming back from Catalyst was like returning from a whitewater trip: the same sense of excitement and learning about yourself under extreme conditions. [...]
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by Svetlana Sicular | July 19, 2012 | 2 Comments
Big data haute couture roughly illustrates the state of the market. The question is: does a big data market exist? “Good morning I’m the global waiter at IT infrastructure solutions I was following up on your attendance at the hi dude summit that was held June 13 and fourteenth,” — I love my email for [...]
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