Two weeks ago Dr. Alexander Pasik, CIO of IEEE, posited that businesses would be more inclined to use cloud services if service providers carried insurance against data breaches. We could not disagree more.
Too many extolling the virtues of cloud computing are ignoring many of its most transformational benefits
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.
There are two kinds of technology in the world: tech that you choose to use and tech you are forced to use. Consumer tech is now sufficiently advanced and easy-to-integrate that it is time to let employees choose and bring their own tech to work for everyday use.
Why did Facebook succeed (where MySpace failed)? What led an odd thing like Twitter to be so valuable? Why did LinkedIN beat entrenched careers sites? How did Groupon get so valuable, so quickly? The answer lies in how they created value first for their members–then leveraged this at scale to reward their investors.
MySpace, one of the original big social media players, is on the sales block for $50-$200 million. Groupon, founded years later, is now preparing a $15-BILLION IPO. What did Groupon do so differently to create 100x more value using social media?