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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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Mentoring and Reverse Mentoring

by Jack Santos  |  August 13, 2012

The term “Reverse Mentoring” seems to ebb and flow – in Forbes, in the Wall Street Journal, in Mckinsey reports – originally ascribed (in some circles) to Jack Welch at...

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Hooked on Speed …

by Jack Santos  |  August 9, 2012

  From my recent transatlantic flight at 38,000 feet over the ocean… $15 for 5 hours…. effective cost per Mb per sec = 0.019  - approximately 2 cents per bit...

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ACO, HIE, IT is the Key

by Jack Santos  |  August 6, 2012

Those of you that follow my blog know that I occasionally weigh in on healthcare issues – mainly due to my unique healthcare background where, in the course of my...

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Pickups and sports cars and BYOD, oh my!

by Jack Santos  |  August 2, 2012

By now we are starting to get a pretty good idea how the device market is shaping up, and the implications to Enterprise IT.  Let’s look at it from another...

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What do Wal-Mart, Target, and President Obama have in common?

by Jack Santos  |  July 26, 2012

I’ve noticed an increase in rogue Facebook “Likes” lately, especially for these 3 topics (Wal-Mart, Target, and – specifically - “Obama is clueless”).  In every case the Facebook user was...

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Old Age and Legacies

by Jack Santos  |  July 23, 2012

That’s what happens when you get old – that is, anything beyond adolescent.  You suddenly wake up one day and find that the rest of the world has passed you...

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Maritz to splitz?

by Jack Santos  |  July 17, 2012

All the wires are hot about a new role for Paul Maritz at VMware….probably with a spinoff. It reminds me of a time when  corporate shenanigans in a company I...

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Advanced Persistent Threats + Privateers = Cyberteers

by Jack Santos  |  July 11, 2012

“Advanced Persistent Threats” has become a euphemism for state sponsored cyber threats.  The kind the US has legitimized with cyber sabotage, like stuxnet and follow on cyber attacks.  I wonder...

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