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Posts from Date:   2009-5

Honoring Those That Serve(d)

by Phillip Redman  |  May 22, 2009

I was in New York City this week visiting clients and the beautiful weather brought everyone outside.  The outdoor crowds included numerous U.S. Navy and Marine Corps soldiers in town for the annual Fleet Week celebration.  Since 1984, New York has hosted a number of ships docked on the piers and during the week, you can […]

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Finding The Right Technology Fit

by Phillip Redman  |  May 18, 2009

Humans and also analysts are always trying to make a decision of one thing over another, trying to keep it simple in the process. Which is better, faster, cheaper, smarter. Boiling it down to black and white is sometimes too simplistic a method. As an example, we are pushed one way or another to decide […]

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Denial Of Productivity

by Phillip Redman  |  May 13, 2009

Last week I was in the nation’s capital and was doing some briefings and meetings with some pretty super secret groups.  Probably most of the technology I talked about was something they had invented or perfected years ago.  That far ahead.  In one organization, all wireless devices were banned, for security sake.  Any mobile phones brought in […]

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