Today’s Post-PC, Web 2.0 Era is causing the consumer and enterprise tech worlds to collide. In this battle, the DNA of consumer tech positions it to displace “dinosaur” Enterprise mindsets.
Location-based data is the biggest privacy watershed since commercialization of the Internet. It’s time for industry to create a Code of Conduct to manage it.
In the last post, we looked into what Master Data mean. Now I will talk about the why it is so important in today’s competitive business landscape.
Chris Brogan recently blogged, that “there’s no sizzling fajita effect online.” That is, online commerce does not provide that visceral experience to causes others around you to buy the same thing on an impulse. Social media can be a proxy for the ‘sizzling fajita’—if used correctly.
This week, Microsoft and Apple both announced what many would refer to as “misses” in their mobile device product lines. Each could take one simple step to turn these “product misses” into “CRM hits”
Skype is a great service. Last month, a consortium of investors bought Skype from eBay so they could run it as an independent business. However, before they can successfully re-commercialize Skype into the industry leader its technology allows, the new owners will first have to overcome a major fraud perception…