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The Folly of Blaiming Excel

Problem in Chair, Not in Computer

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Four Options for Dealing with XP’s Decommission

Thoughts on the death of Microsoft’s ubiquitous OS.

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Google, Big Data, and The Innovator’s Dilemma

Learn from Google: Keep refining algorithms. Keep using data.

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BYOX

A look at the nascent trend of employees bringing their own devices, software, and files.

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Thoughts on Ballmer, the Consumerization of IT, and Platforms

Complaining seems to be a tell-tale sign that you’re facing irrelevance.

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Thoughts on Ballmer, the Consumerization of IT, and Platforms

Complaining seems to be a tell-tale sign that you’re facing irrelevance.

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On Language and Reorganizations

I’ve seen worse jargon in my day, but this is near the top of the list.

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Amazon and Frenemies

What does Amazon do and why does the company do it? Watch and find out.

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The Cold War and the State of Enterprise IT

Navigating the chaos of contemporary IT.

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Let He Who Is Without Sin Cast The First Stone

Microsoft really should worry about its own issues.

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If All Else Fails, Smear

When you can’t build a better mousetrap, you might as well smear people, right?

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