Great article – very timely (with attachment) http://t.co/oB8VfTVk — David Pappas (@djpappas) March 12, 2012 Those of us who have been in the business for a while have seen this pendulum swing back and forth through the years. What’s never been true in previous cycles is the business’s ability to engage truly enterprise level IT …
Google,s Gmail and Contacts are now top notch tools. Too bad their Task tool didn’t get a similar buffing. My money is on that being there next frontier.
Seth Godin points out flaws in a New York Times blog post about the Kindle – but the underlying message of the original article is interesting.
Another newspaper has been shuttered – the Rocky Mountain News.
The economic downturn is lowering the economic tide for all companies, but some industries and companies are impacted more than others. Highly leveraged companies like Sirius XM are in great peril as their debt obligations come due and banks struggle to contain risk.
The FTC and FCC will soon bless this marriage between XM and Sirius intended to keep the companies solvent. The result will not improve my world. I’m saddened to see my options limited and expect a price increase.
There are only a few types of email. Understanding and dealing with each appropriately will improve the quality of our communications – sparing our coworkers the burden of dealing with our mail that does not accomplish a purpose.
No time for the book? Google has made video of a session David Allen conducted with their staff. Listen to David Allen himself describe the Getting Things Done system. Now go get the book.
Verizon recently won a patent lawsuit against Vonage. The common wisdom in the industry is that it will have a chilling effect on the VOIP market. Again, companies should be rewarded for their patents – but patent law has not advanced with technology. Patent law is not being used to protect patent holders – it …
This study pretty much debunks the value of biometrics to secure identify that’s all the rage these days.