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The Internet Isn't Free

by Jenny Sussin  |  December 4, 2015

I've recently embarked on a new line of research (for me, not for the world) on customer data privacy. In doing so, I've read synthesized versions of about 20 reports,...

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The BPM vs Politics Debate Continues at our BPM Summit in Sydney

by Samantha Searle  |  May 21, 2012

[caption id="attachment_96" align="alignleft" width="400" caption="Image Credit: WikiCommons"][/caption]Hold the date - Gartner's next BPM summit in Sydney will be held on Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st August at the Sheraton in...

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What is Germany getting right with employment?

by Thomas Otter  |  April 24, 2012

Andrew McAfee recently posted on the dire state of graduate employment in the US.   His work on the impact of technology on employment is well worth a read, I reviewed...

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Do We Trust the Internet Too Much?

by Andrew White  |  April 16, 2012

In the Opinion column of today’s US print edition of the Wall Street Journal, I spied an article by L. Gordon Crovitz, entitled “Before ‘Watergate’ Could be Googled”.   The article...

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Ignore Process Pain Points at Your Peril!

by Samantha Searle  |  February 3, 2012

Where did you do most of the Christmas shopping this year? Like many people, I avoided the crowded high streets and placed orders online. Internet shoppers spent almost £8bn online...

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What the BMW M3 can teach Facebook.

by Thomas Otter  |  August 3, 2011

Those of you that read my personal blog will know that I spent the first day of my vacation at the Hockenheimring, doing an advanced driving course and track day....

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A RedLaser to the Heart of Business

by Tom Austin  |  December 16, 2010

A month ago, I download a copy of the RedLaser app for my iPhone as I headed out the door for Australia. In an airport along the way, I saw Clive...

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A short, sort of review of Nicholas Carr’s “The Shallows. What Google is Doing to our Brains.”

by Thomas Otter  |  September 13, 2010

Many technology writers  deify or reify technology.  There is often an assumption that more technology is by definition a good thing.  Nicholas Carr’s recent book challenges that. This is probably...

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On user interfaces, the iPad and Charles Dickens.

by Thomas Otter  |  January 28, 2010

My colleagues, Ray, Allen, Mike, Mark, Andrew, Mark and Van,  are all over the iPad.  Ray's posts are particularly thought provoking, as he looks at the strengths and weaknesses of...

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Twitter, LinkedIn and working at Gartner.

by Thomas Otter  |  September 18, 2009

In my Twitter viewer, Tweetdeck, I have a search on Gartner. I glance at it once a day or so  to see if there is stuff going on I should...

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