Technology & Data

The Amazing Case of the Disappearing Technology

servantofchaos
For decades, technology has driven business innovation, resulting in the rise of professional services firms, technology companies and most recently, software platforms. Until the early 90s, we designed systems around single business functions – like purchasing or order management.
The Amazing Case of the Disappearing Technology

A Learning Network for Change Makers

Adi Gaskell
Positive Deviance is a concept that was coined by researcher Richard Pascale. It suggests that within any field, there will be pockets of excellence, whereby things are done exceptionally well. The key, therefore, is to locate those deviants, and find out what it is about them that enables them to succeed in the same circumstances where others are not.
A Learning Network for Change Makers

The Future of Business Is Wearable Tech

Rick Delgado
While wearable tech introduces new security concerns, that shouldn’t stop organizations from considering these devices. Research the benefits and incorporate the ones that make sense. Work closely with IT in order to build security solutions, allowing you to gain the productivity of new technology without compromising your data in the process.
The Future of Business Is Wearable Tech

The Emerging MSP as the Valued Business Partner

danielnewmanUV
If the tech sector is having a tough time finding qualified tech talents to hire, you can imagine how increasingly difficult it is for businesses to find the right tech resources when technology isn’t their primary business, yet remains an inseparable part of their business. This is where the MSP emerges as the most viable solution.
The Emerging MSP as the Valued Business Partner

Rapid Fire Reviews: ThinkUp [SMToolbox]

Ross Richendrfer
Rapid Fire Reviews are back as another social media tool gets evaluated against The Nacho Scale. This week it's ThinkUp, a Twitter and Facebook insights tool that's backed by Anil Dash. Read on for a breakdown of the use, value and limitations of ThinkUp and Ross' ultimate recommendation on whether you should give it a try.
Rapid Fire Reviews: ThinkUp [SMToolbox]