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More Data will Lead to More Ignorance

by Manjunath Bhat  |  September 21, 2019

Disclaimer: Gartner blogs present an analyst's individual opinion and is not peer reviewed. Should not be treated as official Gartner opinion as such. This essay describes how humans will live...

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Will it be Cash or Crypto in the Amazon?

by Avivah Litan  |  September 20, 2019

Just back from a trip to the Ecuador Amazon and the Andes, I was intrigued to hear of Amazon’s Amazon Cash and Paycode expansion announcement this week. See Amazon now offers...

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Top Trends in Blockchain Technology; inching towards Web 3.0

by Avivah Litan  |  September 19, 2019

There’s no shortage of news about mega digital commerce players controlling the algorithms that guide our daily actions and thoughts.  See Amazon Changed Search Algorithms in Ways to Boost its Own...

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Why Build a Content Services Platform from Scratch?

by Marko Sillanpaa  |  September 17, 2019

I seem to get this question a lot these days from end users, vendors, and even friends wanting to be in the tech market.  “Why can’t I just build a...

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Nothing drives innovation quite like a war

by Bill Ray  |  September 15, 2019

Cutting supplies of American technology might temporarily undermine Chinese companies, but it’s also spurring those companies to push what can be made elsewhere. Chinese capital is being poured into developing...

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"Trust, but Verify" by Duy Nguyen

by Debbie Wilson  |  September 13, 2019

Trust, but Verify – Where systems integration heads north, automated business processes head south, and a happy ending for the customer because manual processes still exist Recently I took a...

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Going Direct? Got Tools?

by Charles Golvin  |  September 12, 2019

I bought a wrench. I've been cycling for a long time and do all the maintenance on my bikes, so I own a number of specialized tools. I friend recommended...

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Generation AI Must Be Protected From a Dystopian Future

by Pete Basiliere  |  September 11, 2019

Millions of our youngest people, children under 10 years old, are exposed to misleading and biased uses of artificial intelligence. What will you do about it? We are a digital...

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What Texas barbecue can teach us about customer experience

by Benjamin Bloom  |  September 11, 2019

Consumers can be rewarded, gamified, and otherwise nudged to return to your business.  Yet there is something durable and inspiring about a business that uses none of those tricks, focusing...

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