A while back I posted a link to a webinar hosted by Cliff Atkinson, author of Beyond Bulklet Points (the book) and Beyond Bullet (the blog). Cliff has just made a WMV video available of the webinar in case you missed it.
Finally, now that USA Today has broken the story (NSA has massive database of Americans' phone calls), people are beginning to take notice. But is it too little, too late?
A new study reveals that only a fraction of chief executives worldwide turn to internal R&D for innovation.
The government has bought high-tech promises before with dismal results. This time, contractors are invited to design strategy as well as sytems.
Massive identity theft from the Department of Work and Pensions is 'a terrible omen' for the national database of personal information
If you're using a utility like Joel LeBoss' CoreDuoTemp v0.6 or Dr. Marcel Bresink's Hardware Monitor 3.6 to keep tabs on the CPU temperature you'll be disappointed to know that Apple's recently released SMC Firmware Update breaks these applications on the MacBook Pro.
How Girls Aloud can help solve the IT skills crisis
This is good news for everyone except Microsoft.
One can look upon open source as just a business model, just another way to make a buck. But even as a business model, it's the biggest economic and even political challenge of the age.
McAfee and Symantec have thrown their considerable weight behind a larger campaign to rid eBay of illegal software sales
Nick Carr connects some dots, leading to a conclusion that CIOs want to distance themselves from IT: IT has become an albatross for CIOs. Smart ones are trying hard to distance themselves from "the technology" in order to escape the dead end of the data center.
Terry Semel, Yahoo Chairman & CEO, presented Yahoo's future monetization strategies at the Yahoo analyst meeting yesterday, here are highlights, in full color.
The Australian Capital Territory's Planning and Land Authority has started implementing document management software in an effort to streamline the approval process for new developments. The authority -- responsible among other things for management of development activity, infrastructure and land use planning and regulation of the building industry -- is implementing Adobe's LiveCycle solution.
Pacific Internet has started selling Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services, going against research the telco recently released showing its small to medium business (SMB) target market was primarily not interested in the technology. "Despite all the industry hype around VoIP and convergence ...
After two days at SAP's Sapphire user conference, I struggled with finding the big picture amidst a plethora of announcements, strategic and tactical, that have spanned the gamut from acquisition (Frictionless), to ecosystem (a new $125 milliion venture fund), to a new interface (Muse), to updated versions of their ERP, CRM, and other products. Lots of great little pieces of news, but the meta-story was still lacking.
On Wednesday, at the Syndicate conference, VeriSign released the beta version of their Personal Identity Provider. This is a significant advance in the world of "URL-based identity."
A look at some of the people and stands from CeBIT 2006.
A new product from the busy Windows Live team is Windows Live Account at account.live.