As a columnist for ZDNet, he has written 1,000 pieces on enterprise software, cloud, CRM, ERP and alignment between IT and lines of business. Michael has written thought leadership reports for major analyst firm IDC on project portfolio management, CRM, social business, and cloud computing.
His work has been mentioned almost 800 times in newspapers, television, trade publications, presentations, academic dissertations, important blogs, and other media; he has also been quoted in about 20 books and has contributed to the Wall Street Journal on social business and CIO transformation issues. Michael participates in the influencer programs of vendors such as SAP, Microsoft, Salesforce.com, Oracle, NetSuite, and others.
In 2013, Michael is a judge in CIO Magazine’s Top 100 CIO contest and is also a judge for the prestigious CRM Idol awards. He frequently moderates panels including the 2013 MIT CIO Symposium, which featured the CIO of Intel and the Chief Scientist of Salesforce.com. He also hosts an influential web video show, called CxO Talk, that appears weekly. Michael is an accomplished photographer whose work has appeared in the press, magazines, websites, and other venues.
He often presents at enterprise software conferences and has presented to Harvard University, Babson College, University College London, Boston University, and Suffolk University.
Interact with Michael on Twitter at @mkrigsman.
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