Every organization size has its own range of challenges. What is interesting is that the organization size that is most challenging to manage is not the necessarily largest. Managing mid-sized organizations can often be more challenging.
If you are charged with ensuring executive support for transformational change, how do you do it? The key, in my experience, is helping leaders to own the change. For significant changes, this often means you will have to start with a smaller base of support and then have a strategy to reach other leaders. It [...]
Over the next 10 years the amount of data we capture and store will grow to over 2,400 times the total memory capacity of every human brain on Earth. If we don’t want to be overwhelmed by this, we are going to have to re-invent how we process, explore and interact with data.
Many argue that GeoCities was the first social network—and could have come Facebook if Yahoo! had not bought it in 1999. This is not true. Geocities could not have become Facebook because two critical ways as to how society views the Internet were not yet in place.
What tablets are doing—in a big way—is providing the first mass-market platform for augmented reality. Those who want to take advantage of this new growing market need to realize this. Those who don’t will miss a whole market shift.
It is easy to focus on the “tax” that hackers like Wikileaks and Operation Payback impose on the cost of IT and information security. However, the technology industry always adapts. It will evolve products and services in response these attacks that ultimately make our information safer and more secure.