Mind The Gap Between Business, Consumer Technology – The BrainYard – InformationWeek

Having just left Paris, I had to insert this pic (and do some promotion for the mag). Hope u like the post too! Found at Mind The Gap Between Business, Consumer Technology – The BrainYard – InformationWeek. The same old applications and devices just won’t cut it in today’s fast-paced, multi-dimensional business world. As consumers of new technology, we have witnessed some truly remarkable innovations over the last decade, from the proliferation of mobile devices and applications to the onslaught of Web-based apps To be continued at Mind The Gap Between Business, Consumer Technology – The BrainYard – InformationWeek. Photocredit: beautifulfaggots Related … Continue reading Mind The Gap Between Business, Consumer Technology – The BrainYard – InformationWeek

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Socialcast’ Hail to the Female

2010 marked the first year that women became the majority of the U.S. workforce. At the same time, the technology industry is thriving in this digital era. Data shows that women make strong leaders and company founders, often bringing more efficiency and profitability to the table than men. Why are there fewer female startup founders and technology practitioners, then? Related articles EXCLUSIVE: Socialcast to Announce Extension to its Platform (informationweek.com) The Future of Work (socialcast.com) Awesome graph: Dare to Share – A New Culture of Collaboration in the Enterprise (fredzimny.wordpress.com) Continue reading Socialcast’ Hail to the Female

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Awesome graph: Dare to Share – A New Culture of Collaboration in the Enterprise

  Found at http://blog.socialcast.com/e2sday-dare-to-share-a-new-culture-of-collaboration-in-the-enterprise/ Photocredit: vangould: Related articles Socialcast’s New “Town Hall”: Executive Social Outreach (informationweek.com) EXCLUSIVE: Socialcast to Announce Extension to its Platform (informationweek.com) Continue reading Awesome graph: Dare to Share – A New Culture of Collaboration in the Enterprise

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Top 5 Tech Trends For 2011

Found at http://feeds.informationweek.com/click.phdo?i=7cbcebfff9ae4274ed1c0542c607c7f2. My top-level take away from the recent InformationWeek 500 Conference is that the economic doldrums may not be completely over, but people are working as if they are. I sensed more pent-up enthusiasm in the conference hall than at any time during the past three years. CIOs are chomping at the bit, not just to keep their business in the game, but to pull ahead of competitors To be continued at http://feeds.informationweek.com/click.phdo?i=7cbcebfff9ae4274ed1c0542c607c7f2. Photocredit: fredcan Related articles 6 Direct Marketing Trends Likely To Go Mainstream in 2011 (fredzimny.wordpress.com) 2011 Digital marketing trends (fredzimny.wordpress.com) 5 Trends to Watch in 2011 – Computerworld … Continue reading Top 5 Tech Trends For 2011

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