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Expand Your Data Focus

Looking at the importance of external data sources.

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Enterprise 2.0: A Report Card

Enterprise 2.0 has arrived; it’s just not evenly distributed.

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ERP: It All Starts with an “E”

An enterprise system should be just that.

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Healthcare: Ripe for Disruption via Big Data

Maybe Big Data can bring some degree of sanity to an industry sorely lacking it.

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Big Data: Executive Permission Not Required

You don’t need anyone’s permission to get started with Big Data.

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The Cold War and the State of Enterprise IT

Navigating the chaos of contemporary IT.

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Should Training be Role- or Process-Based?

A reader of my first book asks me a question about how training should be structured.

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Cloud Computing and Open Source Software

Clouds and open source are very topical. Read why.

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What is Enterprise 2.0 and Why You Should Care

Now is an exciting–some would say chaotic–time in the technology world. I’d be lying if I wrote that I could predict the future, but I’m hardly going out on a limb by stating that the technology landscape now will look quite a bit different in five years compared to today. The ways that people use technology are changing as fastas I can write.

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Doing Things Right and Doing the Right Things

Rare is it that I encounter an organization that uses its systems wisely.

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Five Reasons to Fire Your System Integrator

It’s tempting to blame the system integrator for all project hassles and differences of opinion. Don’t.

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The Need to Publicize System Failures

When the results of failed IT projects do become public, key players often attempt to minimize the damage for obvious reasons. Software vendors are less likely to sell new licenses and services if word gets out that their applications do not work as advertised or require heavy customization. SIs face similar concerns from discerning clients.

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