When Social Networks Are Not Social

A sharp article, "Pompon girl for feminism", by Maureen Dowd from New York Times about Sheryl Sandberg's social campaign draws some interesting observations about social networks and marketing. I am not going to dwell on the merits or otherwise of Sheryl's agenda. However, I have an interest in the way she runs her campaign for world domination because she... Continue Reading →

Will Big Data Make Us Less Human?

A smartphone today has more computational power than Apollo 13. The computerised devices around us are increasingly smarter and they multiply at high speed changing the ecosystem in which we live. Some of us may feel suffocated by this change and with all the software code we use every day it seems human emotion is... Continue Reading →

Innovation is Local and Adoption is Global

Successful innovation is difficult because it is not enough to have a bright idea. Everybody has one, including me. What separates the boys from men is the implementation. The road to heaven is paved with hard work from the initial blueprint until the finalised product, and its successful adoption which requires team work, focus sustained... Continue Reading →

How Relevant Is Gartner’s Magic Quadrant?

One of the bloggers at Microsoft TechNet happily reported in 2010 that SharePoint is the leader of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals. Competing against IBM, Oracle and SAP, Microsoft was the clear winner in that race. At the time 70% of Gartner portal inquiries were directed at SharePoint. As I explained in my... Continue Reading →

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