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October 20, 2014 by

Talk like a modern technology marketer (humor)

Made-up words were in abundance during this fall's software conference season. Your dauntless reporter traveled the world to bring back the latest in tech marketing speak. If you want to sound like you're current with today's dubious jargon, here's a quick primer to get you all caught up.

March 25, 2012 by

Microsoft - Convergence at Last?

Microsoft has reached a turning point - and made the turn. They are launching their "dynamic businesses" strategy with a confidence that they haven't shown for several years and it suits them well. With their commitment to their new UI/UX and the growth of their business apps unit (in particular CRM) we are looking to see Microsoft back center stage. But there are concerns....

October 3, 2011 by

How should 'design' be defined today?

Should "design" be a rigidly defined discipline, or widely practiced exercise in creative problem solving? To understand the present and the future of design, it's worth looking at its ever-evolving history, suggests design critic Alice Rawsthorn

May 28, 2009 by

Ballmer live at D: It's Bing

At the D: All Things Digital conference, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer unveils Microsoft's revamped search engine and gives it a name - Bing. CNET News' Ina Fried reports live.

May 1, 2009 by

Thinking rationally. Some ideas from IBM about consolidating data centers

Sorting through some notes from the Uptime Institute's recent IT Symposium in New York and wanted to share some comments and observations from the presentation made by Steve Sams, who is the company's vice president of global site and facilities services.Sams has been behind the massive consolidation of IBM's data center capacity over the past few years.

April 3, 2009 by

Data is plural

Reading through Bill Bryson’s Dictionary for Writers and Editors recently I was delighted to find that the much revered author had taken the trouble to list “Data” under his D chapter.His entry makes interesting reading:“Data is plural,” says Bryson.


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