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June 14, 2013 by

Asia hotels go high on tech to lure guests

To remain competitive and drive productivity, hotels in Asia have been building their own apps and turning to various technologies like second-screen functions and telepresence to offer a more intuitive guest experience.

August 20, 2012 by

HR & Innovation

Lots of innovation is popping up in HR. But, the innovation may be springing up because of the actions of job seekers and employees but not the creators of HR software. In this four part series, we look at the impact these innovations are having on HR processes; how mobile, social, video and other tech is changing HR processes; and, what vendors need to bring to the upcoming HR Technology Conference in October.

December 27, 2010 by

Finally! The CRM 2011 Watchlist Part I

To read this in the proper Watchlist mood, listen to what my fellow Playaz compadre and CRM thought leader Brent Leary tweeted to me yesterday while calling me Paul "Purple Haze" Greenberg. You'll get it when you hear this.

May 23, 2010 by

SAP: The Culture Leads the Products

In the last post on SAP I wrote, I remarked that I wasn't a Kremlin watcher but had a fascination about how CEOs and changes in CEOs affect companies.  Its been about 2 months since I wrote that and by now, as I wrap up my experience (and I am carefully choosing that word) at Sapphire, I have to say, that the effect on SAP of the co-CEOdom of Bill McDermott and J.

September 9, 2009 by

Government 2.0: A tale of "risk, control, and trust"

Yesterday in downtown Washington DC I was fortunate to be able to attend two important Government 2.0 events, the LMI Executive Forum on Mission 2.0 and O'Reilly's Government 2.0 Expo. Both of these events highlighted the benefits as well as the challenges of improving the way the government does so much of what it does.Here's what you need to know about Web 2.0 in government based on the discussions at these seminal events.

March 29, 2009 by

BibleTech 2009; reaching eternity through technology

I love getting together with a bunch of tech geeks and talking tech and I also enjoy getting together with a bunch of brothers in Christ to talk about the Word. Logos Bible Software brings these two worlds together for a conference in the Seattle area and I had the pleasure of participating in BibleTech:2009 on Friday and Saturday. This was the second year of the event and it was encouraging to hear it grew from 77 to 119 attendees. My main interest was in how mobile computing can be used to study and spread the Good News and I was encouraged to see there were three sessions devoted to mobile, with others related and including aspects for the mobile user since mobile tech is becoming more and more a part of our daily lives.


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